Lewis and Clark Community College's Family Literacy Program has received a $10,000 grant from The Dollar General Literacy Foundation. Lewis and Clark's Adult Education division has been helping families through literacy programs since 1991.  Their services include GED instruction, career exploration and development, parenting workshops , family visits with fun literary activities, library events and support services. 

Student Services Coordinator for Lewis and Clark Nancy Young tells the Big Z a child's educational success is closely tied with that of their mother

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To be eligible for the family literacy program, the adult caregiver must be in need of basic skills instruction and must be living with one or more children aged sixteen or younger. For more information call 468- 4111.


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