C-SC recognizes two organizations for improving literacy
Tuesday, November 30, 2010
CANTON, Mo. – Culver-Stockton College and Great Debate Books, Quincy, Ill., will recognize two area library organizations for their literacy development efforts. The Quincy Public Library and Carthage Public Library District will be honored Dec. 1 during an event hosted at Great Debate Books.
The Quincy Public Library is being awarded for its extensive summer reading enrichment program, Kids Korner, coordination of the “Great Read,” and its significant outreach to teen readers.
The Carthage Library District is being honored for establishing a Teen Advisory Board (TAB) and “CMS INKLINGS,” a 7th and 8th grade student book club, among other programs.
Culver-Stockton College and Great Debate Book join the International Reading Association (IRA) and Rotary International (RI) in recognizing organizations that promote literacy through awareness efforts and innovative programs. Awards will be given to recipients during a reception held Wednesday, Dec. 1 from 4:30-8 p.m. at Great Debate Books, 535 Maine Street, Quincy, Ill.
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