The Greenwood Beat – WFPG is set to Kick-off January 6th

The Greenwood Beat -WFPG is thrilled to announce the launch of their new program, Let’s READ! This exciting initiative aims to provide parents with an opportunity to tune into The Greenwood Beat and engage their children in the joy of reading. Through Let’s READ, volunteers from the community will read aloud to children and encourage them to read along.

Dr. Angela K. Chambers, the driving force behind Let’s READ, expressed her enthusiasm for the program. “We have gathered a dedicated group of volunteers who are passionate about making a difference in children’s lives. We are ready to kick off Let’s READ on Saturday, January 6th,” she shared.

The program aims to address the root causes of academic struggles faced by many children. By instilling a love for reading at an early age, Let’s READ hopes to empower children and set them on a path to success. “We believe that by fostering a strong reading habit, we can make a positive impact on our children’s lives and help them overcome challenges,” Dr. Chambers explained.

As the program gears up for its launch, the Greenwood Beat is proud to acknowledge and celebrate the first to volunteer, Mrs. Katina Walker. Known for her influential role in the Tulsa community and her work with CEOs, Mrs. Walker has been trending lately. She is the founder and inspiration behind CEO’s Nights Out and CEO’s Nights Out Meets The Greenwood Beat.

Katina Walker, CEO – CEO’s Night Out/ CEO’s Night Out Meets The Greenwood Beat – WFPG

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During Let’s READ, Mrs. Walker will focus on reading books suitable for eight-year-olds. The segment will kick off at noon on January 6th, 2024. Parents and children are encouraged to tune in and join the excitement as Let’s READ takes its first steps toward fostering a love for reading in the community.

For more information or to volunteer to read in the Let’s READ segment, email