By Tim Kowols
With the number of students growing, Literacy Door County is recruiting more tutors to help meet the demand. Organized three years ago, Literacy Door County partners its over 30 tutors with adults looking to acquire basic reading and writing skills. By helping the adult students learn English they can be well on their way to earning their citizenship or General Education Diploma. Peggy Sankey from Literacy Door County says there are a lot of positive qualities that stick out with their tutors.
Literacy Door County will host a pair of training sessions at Sturgeon Bay’s Hope Church on September 11 and 20 from 4 to 6 p.m. You can learn more about the program and how you can volunteer online with this story.