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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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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The Big Move: An Update

Good afternoon Literacy Council Volunteers, Supporters, and Friends: Last week we moved the Franklin County Literacy Council office to Coyle Library and we are still in the process of unpacking and getting organized. We can receive incoming calls (messages) but we won’t be able to call out until next Monday. FCLC will be closed this week Read more about The Big Move: An Update[…]

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From the Coordinator’s Desk

Hello FCLC friends, volunteers, and supporters: In a collaborative effort to educate the community about how literacy issues impact the community, the film Rethinking Dyslexia will be featured as part of Community Film night this Thursday at 6 p.m. at the Capitol Theatre.  The film is sponsored by Wilson College and Sunny Hill Properties and is being supported by the Chambersburg Council Read more about From the Coordinator’s Desk[…]

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We’re Moving!

We are excited to announce that the Franklin County Literacy Council will be moving to our new location. Beginning November 2017, we’ll be at our new home located in the lower level of the newly renovated Coyle Free Library at 102 Main Street in Chambersburg. In photo: Staff, volunteers, and members of the FCLC Advisory Board get a tour of our new Read more about We’re Moving![…]

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September Scavenger Hunt

The second annual Path to Literacy Event was held at the Scotland Campus on September 23, 2017.  This year’s theme was Scavenger Hunt! and was held in conjunction with Coyle Free Library’s Storytelling Event. Visitors enjoyed a fantastic BBQ lunch provided by Holy Smokes BBQ, a fun afternoon including our scavenger hunt, and musical entertainment provided Read more about September Scavenger Hunt[…]

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Silent Auction to Support Literacy

January and cold weather are finally settling into the Franklin County valleys, and you all know what that means…Ice Fest! Yes, Chambersburg’s 15th Annual Ice Fest is on its way, and it brings with it an atmosphere of fun and community support that’s infectious. It also brings with it a need to find a few Read more about Silent Auction to Support Literacy[…]

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From the Coordinator’s Desk

Merry Christmas! Thank you for everything you do to help our students reach their dreams and to help the Literacy Council educate the public about literacy issues. If I were to put a dollar value on your contributions (which I have to do for grant writing purposes), it would be between $175,000 and $225,000 for Read more about From the Coordinator’s Desk[…]

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4 Ways NaNoWriMo Can Enhance Learning in Adult Education Classes

Hurray! November is finally here! While this month traditionally kicks off the holiday season with the much anticipated Thanksgiving feast, November is also known as National Novel Writing Month-or NaNoWriMo for short. NaNoWriMo brings together thousands of aspiring writers who commit to writing 50,000 words of a novel in 30 days. The event is sponsored Read more about 4 Ways NaNoWriMo Can Enhance Learning in Adult Education Classes[…]

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