CCLC events

Luncheon a Huge Success

The Spring for Literacy luncheon at Governors Club on Thursday, April 20 was a huge success. 180  people were on hand to support Chatham Literacy and enjoy the delicious lunch and the entertaining program of speakers. Best-selling author Lee Smith was a delightful speaker. She read an essay from her latest book, a personal memoir titled Dimestore,…

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Calling All Artists!

You can help us spread the word about the importance of literacy, win $150 for the charity of your choice, and have your design and signature on more than 600 t-shirts being sold across North Carolina (Chatham, Durham and Orange are participating). All you need to do is submit the winning t-shirt design for our…

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‘Spring for Literacy’ features Lee Smith

Award-winning author Lee Smith will share stories from her popular new memoir at Chatham Literacy’s 7th annual Spring for Literacy Luncheon in April. You can register now for this event, which will be from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Thursday, April 20, at Governors Club in northern Chatham County. Ms. Smith has written 17 books…

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Literacy Swings in Siler City

You’ll be able to dance to the fabulous sounds of a 19-member swing-era dance band at the inaugural Literacy Swings in Siler City FUNdraiser in March. The Ambassadors will headline the event, which will be on Saturday, March 18, from 6:30 to 9 p.m. at Siler City Country Club. A tax-deductible donation of $20 per…

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T-shirt Tuesday

Thanks to 580 Craft Beer in Pittsboro for being Chatham Literacy’s February T-shirt Tuesday business partner.  The next T-shirt Tuesday will be on March 7th at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore in Pittsboro. Remember: On T-shirt Tuesdays, one of the great businesses in our county offers a special deal to anyone wearing a “Never too early! Never too…

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Join the Chatham Literacy team!

We hope 2017 will be the year you choose to get involved with Chatham Literacy. We need volunteer tutors who would like to help an adult learn to read, learn the English language, obtain citizenship, develop workforce skills, or further their high school or postsecondary education. Interested in learning more? Our volunteer coordinator, Desiree Cho, would be happy talk with you about our organization…

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‘Mission Mondays’ to benefit Chatham Literacy

Many thanks to Bella Donna Italian Restaurant in Pittsboro for choosing Chatham Literacy as its Mission Monday beneficiary on the 4th Monday of the month — every month. Dine at Bella Donna from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. or from 4 to 9 p.m. on any 4th Monday, and Chatham Literacy will receive 10% of total sales. Don’t miss this opportunity to support…

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