TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Some Wabash Valley men are stressing the importance of education, including News 10's own Mike Cleff.
He visited Dixie Bee Elementary School in Terre Haute Thursday morning as part of the Real Men Read program.
Real Men Read is a program through the United Way of the Wabash Valley.
It aims to improve literacy skills and give students a positive role model.
Today, Mike read to Mrs. Rader's class.
He says it was a wonderful experience.
"I actually was more nervous this morning doing this than my day to day job. And I’m nervous at my day to day job. But Mrs. Rader and her class made it very easy on me and thoroughly enjoyable,” Cleff said.
Mike will read to this class once a month during the school year.
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