Sept. 22, 2014
OSWEGO - The Oswego County Legislature's Human Services Committee recognized September as Literacy Month. More than 12 percent of Oswego County adults experience literacy issues that severely impact their lives. To help address this issue, Literacy Volunteers of Oswego County (LVOC) works with many residents by providing confidential tutoring in reading, writing, math, computer skills, and English-speaking skills. Pictured from left are legislators Shawn Doyle, District 3; Stephen M. Walpole, District 14; Daniel Farfaglia, District 24; Committee Chairman Shane Broadwell, District 17; LVOC Program Coordinator Meg Henderson; LVOC student Roger Grant; LVOC tutor Mary Roddy; Oswego County Opportunities Director of Education Services Beth Kazel; John Proud, District 7; Marie C. Schadt, District 19; and Committee Vice Chairman Daniel LeClair, District 8..
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