Columbus, GA(WTVM)-The Aflac Company is doing its part to ensure that illiteracy is not a problem for children around the Chattahooche Valley. Over the weekend, company officials kicked of their summer vacation reading program on the lawn at the Columbus Public Library on Macon Road. During the event, games, prizes, and snacks were offered.
The goal of the program is to encourage children to read ten books or spend at least ten hours reading this summer. Participants who fulfill and log the required reading will be eligible for several prizes, including a grand prize. If you're interested in signing up your child for the program, you stop by a library branch in Muscogee County for enrollment.