Celebration Recognizes Adults Working to Improve Literacy Skills
The Moore County Literacy Council tutors, volunteers, students and their families recently gathered together at their annual celebration to recognize a successful year in improving literacy skills. One hundred and thirty- five people participated in the celebration which was held at the Emmanuel Episcopal Church Hall in Southern Pines on August 13th.
Each student was awarded a special Certificate of Achievement. Every tutor was given a colorful and unique bookmark that was made and contributed by the members of the Sandhills Needlers. Three Moore County Literacy Council students provided individual testimonies about the importance of working with to improve literacy in their lives.
The Moore County Literacy Council is a private, non-profit organization that provides free basic literacy, English as another language, and GED instruction to adults throughout Moore County. The Council recruits and trains volunteers to work with adults one-to-one to help them reach their educational goals.
The Moore County Literacy Council makes a difference every day in the future of the individuals, families, and communities that make up Moore County. Please call the Moore County Literacy Council at 910 692-5954 for more information or if you would like to volunteer.