Proceeds from Regina Dunkin Day Benefits Literacy Awareness

Culver’s presented a check for $647.94 to the School District of Beloit for the Beloit Literacy for
Life Initiative in honor of Regina Dunkin Day. In addition, Regina reached out to the community and
received contributions of $1,815.15 which brought the grand total raised to $2,463.09.

These funds will go toward the purchase of books and help support the early literacy program in the
School District of Beloit.

“I am so happy to be part of the effort to give children in our community the gift of literacy,” Regina said
adding, “Regina Dunkin Day is all about caring and giving to others and we did that! I am very grateful
for the kindness and generosity of Beloit Health System, Beloit Floral, City of Beloit, Culver’s, my family,
friends, and colleagues who made the day special! More importantly, it is crucial that we read and have
a conversation with our children for at least 15 minutes each night because learning starts with us!

“Together, we can ensure that our children can read and write so that they will have an opportunity to
not only dream but succeed!”

Pictured at today’s check presentation (L to R) Josh Locke, Culver’s Assistant Manager; Justin Sharpe,
Culver’s Crew Member; Rachelle Elliott, School District of Beloit Director of Early Literacy; Regina
Dunkin, Beloit City Council Vice President and Community Relations and Volunteer Coordinator, Beloit
Health System.