It’s never too early or too late to support literacy

T-shirt design by author Daniel Wallace
T-shirt design by author Daniel Wallace

Thanks to everyone celebrating International Literacy Day — and National Literacy Month — with us in Chatham County.

We look forward to seeing people across the county in Chatham Literacy T-shirts to promote the importance of literacy. Anyone wearing the new “Literacy: Never too early! Never too late!” shirts will receive discounts at the following businesses on Thursday, September 8:

  •  580 Craft Beer: 10% off
  • Bella Donna Italian Restaurant: 10% off food
  • Chatham Business Services: 20 free color copies or 50 free black and white copies
  • Chatham Habitat for Humanity Restores: 10% off all items in either Restore
  • Liquidambar Gallery and Gifts: 20% off one item
  • McIntyre’s Books: 20% off
  • New Karma for old Threads: 10% from 9 am – 11 am
  • Pittsboro Roadhouse & General Store: 10% off food NOT already discounted
  • Vino!! Wine Shop: 10% off

A huge thank you to the following businesses for being our partners:

  • 580 Craft Beer
  • Aggie Technologies
  • Bella Donna Italian Restaurant
  • Carolina Meadows
  • Central Carolina Community College
  • Chatham Business Services
  • Chatham County Partnership for Children
  • Chatham Habitat for Humanity Restores
  • Chatham Homes Realty
  • Chatham YMCA
  • Circle City Books & Music
  • Christ United Methodist Church
  • CORA Food Pantry
  • Enchanting Smiles
  • Koonce, Wooten, & Haywood
  • Liquidambar Gallery and Gifts
  • McIntyre’s Books
  • McInturff Guitars
  • New Karma for old Threads
  • Pittsboro Animal Hospital
  • Pittsboro Roadhouse & General Store
  • Ranlin Inc.
  • Realty World Carolina Properties
  • Realty World Chatham Properties
  • Salvation Army
  • Siler City Rotary Club
  • SunTrust Bank in Pittsboro

Click on the following link to read more about International Literacy Day and the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO):…/ce…/international-days/literacy-day/.

It’s never too early or too late to support literacy
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