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Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Oakland's Literacy Council news

Oakland Literacy Council Celebrates READING FOR ADULTS with the Auburn Hills Public Library
Tuesday, March 15, 6:30 – 8:30 pm at the Auburn Hills Public Library, Large Meeting Room
Help us celebrate Reading for Adults as the Oakland Literacy Council (OLC) and the Auburn Hills Public Library join together to present an informative look at where to find free books online, ideas for book discussions for literacy and ESL students, reading comprehension resources and much more.  We will demonstrate Rosetta Stone for English and you will be able to sample recipes from the locally acclaimed OLC cookbook.  
OLC tutors and their students are welcome, as well as anyone interested in learning more about what the Oakland Literacy Council and the Auburn Hills Public Library can do for you.  If you are interested in becoming an OLC tutor, information will be available as well.  
Don't miss out on the fun (and yes, there will be a raffle drawing for an OLC cookbook!).
Please RSVP to the Oakland Literacy Council (248) 253-1617 by Friday March 11, 2011.  If you have any questions you may contact the Oakland Literacy Council or the Auburn Hills Public Library (248) 364-6706.  The Library is located at the corner of Squirrel and University Roads in Auburn Hills.


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