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35th Annual Calendar “Flowing Waters” to Benefit the Literacy Council
November 19, 2019November 19, 2019
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35th Annual Calendar “Flowing Waters” to Benefit the Literacy Council

Jennifer and John Grove, owners of Bach Real Estate recently released the brokerage firm’s 2020 calendar, “Flowing Waters,” showcasing the work of local veteran photographer, C. Kurt Holter.  “Kurt’s inspired images remind us of our most important resource and the need for good stewardship,” said Jennifer Grove. The 2020 issue marks the 35th edition of...

November 18, 2019November 19, 2019
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Literacy Council Announces New Board Members & Officers

The Literacy Council of Frederick County’s Board of Directors recently welcomed new members, installed new officers and acknowledged the leadership and extensive contributions of its departing President and board members whose terms ended. Joining the Literacy Council’s Board are Brian Guenther, Sharon Jacko, Catherine Keller and Martin Lapera. Brian Guenther is President of Exceed I.T.,...

In Memory of Literacy Council Volunteers
November 8, 2019August 12, 2020
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In Memory of Literacy Council Volunteers

On August 9, 2020, Ron Adams passed away at the age of 76. After retiring in 2006, Ron volunteered in many ways in the Frederick community.  He began with the Literacy Council in 2008 and was a dedicated ESL tutor who worked with several students through the years and gave over 1,400 hours of his...

Literacy Council Joins Changemakers 2019 at Arena Stage!
November 5, 2019October 8, 2020
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Literacy Council Joins Changemakers 2019 at Arena Stage!

On October 28, 2019, 70+ nonprofit organizations from throughout the Greater Washington Region, including the Literacy Council, were featured at an exhilarating evening #BeAChangemaker event at the Arena Stage at the Mead Center!  Over 400 members of the philanthropic community enthusiastically engaged with nonprofit representatives throughout the evening, learning about their work through interactive and...