Literacy Volunteers help area workers attain reading skills

October 1999
Hudson Valley Business Journal;10/25/99-11/01/99, Vol. 10 Issue 19, p46
Reports on the reading program offered by the Literacy Volunteers of America to adults in Orange County, New York. Offer of free one-on-one meetings in confidential settings; Preparations for volunteers; Contact information.


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