In the News (Herald Mail): Pa. literacy council fights ‘a bigger problem than most people want to acknowledge’

by Jennifer Fitch Posted: Saturday, April 2, 2016 4:42 pm [Featured photo: Student, Sonny Force, left, brushes up on algebra concepts Thursday with assistance of literacy volunteer Don Hallock. Franklin County Literacy Council is seeking more volunteers (photograph by Kevin G. Gilbert/Chief Photographer, Herald Mail)] CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Sonny Force turns in his homework assignments more dependably than Read more about In the News (Herald Mail): Pa. literacy council fights ‘a bigger problem than most people want to acknowledge’[…]

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Resource Spotlight: The PA Adult Education Newsletter

As a former adult education tutor, one of the things I valued most were resources – especially if they were free! – and the PA Adult Education Newsletter is one of those resources that keeps on giving. The PA Adult Education Newsletter contains current information, helpful articles, links to online resources, Professional Development opportunities, and Read more about Resource Spotlight: The PA Adult Education Newsletter[…]

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FCLC Office Closing Early Today

The FCLC Office will be closing at 12:30 on April 18, 2018 so that our staff can attend a training. The office will reopen at 9 am.for normal operating hours on Thursday, April 19. Follow http://franklincountyliteracycouncil.org/fclc-office-closing-early-today

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Part Time Job Opportunity Available with LIU12

The FCLC’s parent company – Lincoln Intermediate Unit 12 – has an immediate, part-time employment opportunity available for an Adult Education Instructor. Please follow the link for more information and/or to apply. Adult Education Instructor (ABE/GED)   Follow http://franklincountyliteracycouncil.org/part-time-job-opportunity-available-with-liu12

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United Way, United Efforts

Look who popped by to see us yesterday! Many thanks to Amy Hicks and the staff of United Way of Franklin County for their continuing support of our mission at the FCLC to lift others through literacy. Their generous support allows us to continue to provide resources for adult learners in Franklin County, and we can’t thank Read more about United Way, United Efforts[…]

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April is National Volunteer Month

Did you know that April is National Volunteer month? Driving around the Chambersburg streets, I often see banners that read “Franklin County Values Service.” Have you seen them, too? What a community to live in where service is ingrained in our daily lives! Service can be given in so many ways, both small and large. Read more about April is National Volunteer Month[…]

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FCLC Closed for Holiday Observance

Hello all! The Franklin County Literacy Council office will be closed for holiday observance on Friday, March 30th (Good Friday) and Monday, April 2 (Easter observed). Groups and pairs using huddle rooms at the Coyle Free Library should still be able to meet (exception: Coyle is closing at 5 on Fri, March 30th). Please have Read more about FCLC Closed for Holiday Observance[…]

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2 HOUR DELAY FOR COYLE FREE LIBRARY 3/22/18

The Coyle Free Library is running on a 2 hour delay on Thursday, March 22. This delay will effect access to the FCLC. Tutors, if your group/pair is effected by this delay, please let your students know. Stay safe! Follow http://franklincountyliteracycouncil.org/fclc-closure-3-20-2018

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From the Coordinator’s Desk: Meet the New Coordinator!

Hello everyone, My name is Angie Wilt, and I’m the new Program Coordinator here at the FCLC. I’m so excited to be working with our fantastic staff, students, and tutors, as well as our community partners to further our mission of lifting individuals and our community through literacy! While I’m new to the Coordinator’s position, Read more about From the Coordinator’s Desk: Meet the New Coordinator![…]

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FCLC Weather Closure 2/7/2018

Good morning, all. Due to the inclement weather, the FCLC will be closed today, Feb 7, 2018. We look forward to being open and to serving you tomorrow. Be safe, everyone! Follow http://franklincountyliteracycouncil.org/fclc-weather-closure-2-7-2018

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A New Year, a New Home, and New Horizons!

Welcome to the new year, everyone! Like many of you, the FCLC experienced several changes over the past several months, and we have high hopes for 2018! The most significant change came just before the new year. On Dec 2, 2017, we celebrated the Grand Opening of the newly renovated Coyle Free Library, the home Read more about A New Year, a New Home, and New Horizons![…]

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