A huge thank you to the Abingdon Fire and Rescue folks for sponsoring the parade at the Guinea Jubilee. This parade gave Literacy Volunteers of Gloucester a chance to march and encourage everyone to “Fall into Learning.” A big shout out to LVG volunteers Karen Bauer, Michelle and Lydia Farmer, Terri and Ty Byrne, Ashley Miller, Shaun Hanson and Akeira, a beautiful Weimaraner, for marching the route decorated in autumn leaves and suggesting to everyone to “turn over a new leaf” and learn something new.
Taking first place in the civic division of the parade reflects how much fun we had engaging with the community and proclaiming our slogan, “Equipping Adults for Tomorrow,” through free tutoring.
If you or anyone you know wants to turn over a new leaf and pursue a GED, improve their English speaking through ESOL classes, improve their keyboarding or computer skills or even get trained on workplace readiness, please give us a ...
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