Adult literacy tutor training from LEARN

newspaperVolunteers Needed: Learn English and Reading Now (LEARN) is looking for volunteers to tutor Augusta County area residents in basic literacy and English to speakers of other languages.  We are experiencing a particularly high need for tutors in the Waynesboro area.  If you have two and one-half to three hours a week to help change someone’s life, we need you.  No teaching education or experience necessary.  LEARN provides tutor training, materials and ongoing support.  Call 540-245-5136 or go to www.learnva.com for more information.

Tutor Training Offered:  Learn English and Reading Now (LEARN) will be offering a free, tutor training workshop on Saturday, February 21 at the United Way Office Building in Fishersville, VA. . Tutors will learn how to provide basic literacy and teach English to speakers of other languages services for Augusta County area residents. Lunch and snack provided.  For more information, call 245-5136 or go to www.learnva.com.

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2018-19 UVA Basketball Preview: Just $1.99 on Amazon!

UVA Basketball finished the 2017-18 season ranked at the top of the national polls. Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham offers his insight and analysis on the 2018-19 'Hoos, breaking down the roster, the legacy of coach Tony Bennett, and how the loss to UMBC could fuel a run through March Madness next spring.

The Worst Wrestling Pay-Per-View Ever: Just $3.49 on Amazon!

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Mad About U: History of University Hall available on Amazon for just $5.99!

Mad About U: Four Decades of at University Hall is a comprehensive book covering the players, coaches and memories of University Hall at the University of Virginia. Join us as we look back at the memories from more than 40 years in U Hall.


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