Councilman P.G. Sittenfeld shares the joy of reading to Head Start Children

Cincinnati City Councilman P.G. Sittenfeld reading to CAA Head Start classroom

Celebrating National Reading Month

Each year at the beginning of March, school children begin National Reading Month by celebrating the birthday of the beloved Dr. Seuss. The CAA Head Start program celebrates National Reading Month by inviting special guests to come and read to its classrooms.

On Wednesday, March 20, 2019, Cincinnati city Councilman P.G. Sittenfeld visited the Life Learning Center at the Community Action Agency - Cincinnati | Hamilton County to read the children's book "Max Goes to the Recycling Center" to a Head Start classroom.


"Max Goes to the Recycling Center" by Adria F Klein  (Author) & Mernie Gallagher-Cole (Illustrator) tells the story of Max visiting a recycling center to learn what types of things can be recycled and why recycling is so important.

In 2011, at age 27, Sittenfeld became the youngest person ever elected to Cincinnati City Council. He is currently serving in his third term. Outside of City Hall, P.G. has been professionally involved in several entrepreneurial endeavors, ranging from tech to media. He is also an active civic volunteer, having served as a board member for the Freestore Foodbank, The Nature Conservancy of Ohio, the Jewish Community Relations Council of Cincinnati, Women Helping Women, and the Breakthrough Collaborative. [Source]

 Thanks Councilman Sittenfeld for stopping by and sharing the joy of reading!