Tutors deserve thanks

Recognize the service of our community volunteer tutors, who serve community members facing literacy challenges.

The Kenai Peninsula College Learning Center’s ProLiteracy America Literacy Program would like to take this opportunity to thank our community volunteer tutors. Volunteers are the heart of our program and the key to our success. They make it possible for us to offer additional services for community members who are working to improve their literacy skills and educational goals.

When you see these folks out and about on the Peninsula, please thank them for the gift of their time and service to their fellow community members: Rebecca Weaver, Scott Downing, Dorothy Gray, Janice High, Susan Hawker, Sadie Arneson, Michael Skinner, Michael Leach, Robert Romig, Kathryn Christopherson, Sharon Anderson, Barbara Roberts, Vicki Leach, Clair Kochis, Bettie Wallace and Sharon Christopher.

 

Diane Taylor,

Learning Center Director

Sharon Christopher

AmeriCorps Member

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