Panelists Drs. Don Shafer, Bonnie O’Neill,
and Ted Atkinson
Starkville Reads President Rob Brown introduces
the panelists and the topic for the night.
Some of the many people in attendance for
the discussion of Go Set
Audience waits for the discussion
Bonnie O’Neill discusses feminism
in the novel.
Don Shafer had interesting remarks to make about the character
of Atticus and
Jean Louise’s coming of age in the novel.
Some students and teachers from Starkville
Academy attended the discussion.
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BASKET OF BOOKS
Starkville Reads sponsors free Basket of Books and
at the following places:
1. The Food Bank at St. Joseph Catholic
2. Emerson Family School
3. Oktibbeha County Health Department
4. The Wash Depot on Highway 25
5. The Church of God Food Pantry
6. Community Counseling Services
7. Starkville Senior Center
The books are available for free to readers at
the above locations. Donations for the Basket
of Books Project are also very much appreciated.
Books and magazines
may be donated. For more information or to donate
books, contact Marty Friend (email@example.com)
or Jessica Hubbard (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Books may also be brought to the programs or you
may email or call one of the members.
Some of Starkville Reads Advisory Board
members as they leave
the meeting on March 18, 2015. From left to right, Christy
Crenshaw, Ted Atkinson, Ellie Goodman, Earlie Fleming, Alice
Carol Caldwell, President Rob Brown, Christina Jurasik,
Simone Cottrell, and Joel Okula
If you are interested in joining our advisory board,
please contact our new president Rob
We are looking for people with some new ideas!
You are welcome to just show up or contact Rob here.
Starkville Reads Advisory Board meets
every third Wednesday at 4:15 p.m. except in December.