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The Literacy Council of Fort Bend County kicks off Reading Between the Wines

Sponsors and Honorary Chair( L-R): Alison Wen, Safari Texas Ranch, Brenda Bowman, Executive Director of the Literacy Council of Fort Bend County, Dee Koch, Honorary Chair and Don Kerstetter, Classic Chevrolet.

The Literacy Council of Fort Bend County is excited to announce their inaugural event, “Reading Between the Wines”, set for Friday, February 8, 2012 at Safari Texas Ranch.

Reading Between the Wines takes the “best of the best” from Book & Author and Wine & Music, and making one grand event at the inaugural Reading Between the Wines.

The Literacy Council held a kick-off party with the presenting sponsors; Classic Chevrolet and Safari Texas Ranch.  In addition, the Honorary Chair, Dee Koch and Host Committee, Mike and Shannon Bloesch, Danny and Brenda Durand, Carl and Mary Favre, Alan and Karen Harding, Paul and Gena Horak, Ray and Janet Meyer and Randy and Gail Parker were acknowledged as helping make this event successful.

Guest author Stephanie Evans was in attendance. Guests got a small preview of her book “Faith Unto Death”.

Sponsorships are now available, if interested in becoming a sponsor of RBTW, please contact Development Director, Jennifer Belt at  If you have any questions regarding the new event or wish to volunteer, please contact Event Coordinator, Brittany Logan at For more information on Reading Between the Wines, visit our website at or call 281.240.8181.

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