CCLC events

SAVE THE DATE!!

Chapel Hill Legend John Rosenthal To Keynote at Chatham Literacy Spring Event Save the Date!  Noted essayist and legendary photographer John Rosenthal discusses his new book at the Governors Club April 5th from 11am – 2pm for Chatham Literacy’s Spring for Literacy’s Author Event. Critics say Rosenthal’s Searching for Amylu Danzer contains, “gorgeous prose, biting…

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Seeking Events Committee Members

Chatham Literacy invites the public to join in with efforts to promote andengage the community as a member of our Events Committee. Committee memberscan help with event planning and execution, press releases, promotional planning andticket sales. Please email admin@chathamliteracy.org to find out more the opportunity to help thissignificant community nonprofit plan and host major fundraising…

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Want to Make a Difference in Chatham County?

Chatham Literacy, one of the highly respected non-profit organizations in Chatham County, helps adults living or working here acquire the literacy and educational skills needed to function successfully in society.  We are welcoming a few qualified individuals to be members of our Board of Directors who want to give back to the community through service. We…

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Interview with Cassandra King Conroy

Recently, Cassandra King Conroy was interviewed by Bill Horner III, the Publisher and Editor of the Chatham News + Record. You can view that interview below.

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Joselyn Villaseñor in the News

Thank you Chatham News + Record for interviewing Joselyn Villaseñor, the newest member of our team. Visit their website to read the article about Chatham Literacy’s new Program Manager. También en español.

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¡¡¡Regresamos!!!

Chatham Literacy se complace en dar la bienvenida a todos nuestros estudiantes, tutores y amigos a nuestra oficina de nuevo.Nuestras puertas ya están  abiertas al público con nuestra meta de que todos reciban tutoría nuevamente a partir del 1 de agosto. Después de un periodo largo y estresante, nos emociona poder ver sus caras sonrientes…

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We’re back!!!

Chatham Literacy Council is excited to welcome all of our students, tutors, and friends back into our office. Our doors are open to the public now with our goal to have everyone tutoring again by August 1st.  After a long and stressful time, we are happy to see your smiling faces and continue helping our…

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A Tribute to Eric Carle

“Eric, come out of your cocoon!”: A tribute to author and artist Eric Carle, 1929-2021 This month we pay homage to beloved author and illustrator of children’s books Eric Carle who, with bold shapes, color and stories marinated in kindness, enticed generations of parents and grandparents to snuggle-up and read to their little ones. Eric…

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Becoming a U.S. Citizen…Could You Pass the Test?

If you can remember, we all took a civic class back in high school. We learned about the inner workings of our government and the reasons why we function the way that we do. The question is, how well did we pay attention during class? Could we pass a naturalization test if we had to…

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Chatham Literacy’s Interesting Virtual Event a Success

Why Goats? That question was answered last Tuesday during a Chatham Literacy first virtual spring author’s event. The life of goats, the essence of life on a farm and the beauty of nature elevated to deeper inspiration were topics discussed at this fundraising event by noted author Jill McCorkle and documentarian and photographer Tom Rankin….

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