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Seeds of Literacy receives grant from Dollar General to support adult literacy

(Plain Press, June 2017)      In May of this year, the Dollar General Literacy Foundation awarded Seeds of Literacy a $12,000 grant to support adult literacy.  This local grant award is part of more than $7.5 million in grants awarded to nearly 900 schools, nonprofits and organizations across the 44 states that Dollar General serves. “We are … Continue reading

Seeks of Literacy grad to receive national award

(Plain Press, April, 2016) Margo Hudson, a 2012 graduate of Seeds of Literacy, will be named the 2016 National Adult Learner of the Year by the Commission on Adult Basic Education (COABE) at their annual conference on April 11, 2016, in Dallas, Texas. COABE’s Adult Learner of the Year Award recognizes an individual who has … Continue reading

Seeds of Literacy receives grant to support adult literacy programs

(Plain Press, July 2014)In early June, Seeds of Literacy, headquartered at W. 25th and Clark Avenue, received a $12,000 grant from the Dollar General Literacy Foundation to support its adult literacy program. “Funds from the Dollar General Literacy Foundation will help us to serve over 1,000 students this year,“ states Bonnie Entler, Executive Director of … Continue reading

Volunteer tutor sings praises to Seeds of Literacy

To the editor: (Plain Press, April 2014)This letter is in response to the article in the March issue of the Plain Press “2013 Seeds of Literacy graduates make history: Largest Class Ever To Graduate From Program”. I spent a brief time with Seeds of Literacy as a volunteer tutor back in the Summer/Fall of 2009.  … Continue reading

2013 Seeds of Literacy graduates make history LARGEST CLASS EVER TO GRADUATE FROM PROGRAM

(Plain Press, March 2014) On February 5th Seeds of Literacy graduates, their families, volunteer tutors and staff of the program gathered for the graduation ceremony of the class of 2013 filling the US Bank building lobby at W. 25th and Clark on a cold and blistery winter night.  “The class of 2013 was 102-strong, the … Continue reading

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