LitNet has been offering free, one-on-one tutoring sessions for adults since 1991. LitNetís flexible, personalized approach to tutoring enables adult learners to succeed in their jobs, support their families, and engage with their local communities.
Money donated from the purchase of Larkinís Jane Austen audiobooks will be directed by the Literacy Foundation to support the Literacy Network of South Berkshire, a nonprofit organization with whose mission is to make one-on-one instruction in basic academic skills accessible to adults living or working in southern Berkshire County, where Larkin lives.
Hundreds of people shook it up on the dance floor at Hancock Shaker Village on Friday night.
The dance party Friday night capped of the Berkshire United Way's Day of Caring during which dozens go businesses found ways to donated to the organization's childhood literacy efforts. Further, 50 book houses were installed all over the county as a mini lending library.