This author Lisa Dalrymple has created 4 entries.

Neighborhood Assist State Farm

Help The READ Center Win a $25,000 Grant!

The READ Center is one of 200 organizations nationwide that has been selected to compete for $25,000 in the State Farm Neighborhood Assist program. The 40 organizations with the most votes in the contest will receive $25,000! Voting is now live! Voting takes place online August 16-August 25. You have 10 votes EACH day of the contest. Please cast them all for READ and vote EVERY DAY! Voting begins on August 16. You will receive reminders to vote during...

Celebrate Book Lovers Day Adult Literacy

5 Ways to Celebrate National Book Lovers Day

Wednesday, August 9th is National Book Lovers Day! How will you celebrate? Here are some ideas: Visit one of Richmond’s many local bookstores: Fountain Bookstore, Chop Suey Books, Book People, Black Swan Books, and more! Per Book People’s Facebook event, for every book you buy, you receive a free gift. Join a book club. Our tutor book club has been reading “Writing Our Way Out: Memoirs from Jail”.  Dr. David Coogan compiled...

READ Center tutor and student

Just Two Hours a Week Can Change a Life

A glimpse of the impact volunteer tutors have on our students’ lives… Success stories from our classes “Alicia’s goals were to improve her reading, enhance her writing, increase her word knowledge, and possibly enroll in a college course. Since coming to class, she reports that she feels better about her reading ability. She stated she is no longer uncomfortable presenting information to her work colleagues. She is working on enrolling in her first college class this fall.” “Allan wanted to read to his...

Fall of the James

Summer Happenings in Richmond

Events and Programs in the Community Summer is here! Looking for something to do? Here are some programs available in the area to enjoy until READ’s regular classes begin again in September: Are you an aspiring artist? The Visual Arts Center of Richmond has classes for adults and provides tuition assistance. Richmond Public Library has a Summer Reading Challenge: Adults who read five books by August 12 and turn in their log will earn a bag, a...