Springfield literacy center in need of volunteers

Warder Literacy Center is training volunteers twice a week for an hour to help adults and children improve their abilities to read and write.

More than 21,000 adults and many children in Clark County need to learn to read better, and many come to the Warder Literacy Center for help.

People can also help adults learn to speak English. The Warder Literacy Center is the only place over 3,000 Clark County residents from other countries can get help and become proficient in English. Become a volunteer tutor and help the Clark County Literacy Coalition help them.

The training workshop will be held at the Warder Literacy Center, 137 E. High Street, Springfield, on two weekday evenings, Sept. 13 and 15, from 5 to 8 p.m.

Call 937-323-8617 to volunteer.

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