Literacy Volunteers Teaching Skills for 30 Years

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Literacy Volunteers of Monmouth County honorees (from left) Carl DeJura, Sarah Wilson Stewart and Ted Nappi, at the organization’s recent annual fundraising dinner.

Published on June 14, 2013 with No Comments

By Judy O’Gorman Alvarez

Literacy Volunteers of Mon­mouth County (LVMC) has been teaching adults in the Two River area to improve their literacy skills for 30 years.

What started in 1983 as a handful of volunteer tutors teaching basic literacy students, has grown into an organization to include 133 active

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