Literacy Volunteers Chippewa Valley
ScrabbleBee co-chairs Marianne Klinkhammer and Terri Hoepner were interviewed on WQOW TV18's Daybreak Show. Watch the interview now.
Here is how ScrabbleBee works: Teams of up to six players work together to build words. Three games are played throughout the evening, and the team achieving the highest total for all three games is declared the winner.
Participate in this unique fundraising opportunity and have a fantastic time doing it! Sign up to be a Scrabble Bee Sponsor. Form your own ScrabbleBee team. Team registration is $350, and space is limited. You can also volunteer for the evening.
All proceeds from the ScrabbleBee go directly to Literacy Volunteers programs and services. Click here for more information or contact Louise Bentley, Marketing Coordinator, Literacy Volunteers Chippewa Valley, 715-834-0222.
Raise Funds for LVCV through H&R Block's Nonprofit Referral Program
Nobody enjoys tax season, but this year, new clients to H&R Block can feel good knowing they supported LVCV through H&R Block's Nonprofit Referral Program. Just follow the easy instructions on the form to get started. If you are having your taxes prepared this year, help raise funds for LVCV through H&R Block!
Celebrate Writing 2015 Request for Entries
Each year students are given the opportunity to be published in a book of student writings. Tutors and their student(s) will each receive a copy at Celebration of the Stars that will be held May 19, 2015. Students are encouraged to participate!
“What Are You Reading?” is the theme for this year’s book. It provides students with an opportunity to have their photo taken holding one of their favorite books, magazines or newspapers. Then they answer a few questions: What is the book about? Why did you pick this book? How does it relate to you? Why is reading important to you? Please continue reading for more information.
Thank You to Everyone Who Supported Literacy Volunteers at Green Mill
On Dec. 22-23, 2014, if you ate at the Green Mill, 2703 Craig Road, Eau Claire, 20% of your bill went to support Literacy Volunteers. This was part of the “Green Mill for Good” Give-Back promotion. Literacy Volunteers received $324.00.View 2013-2014 Annual Report
Literacy Volunteers Chippewa Valley 2013-2014 Annual Report is available now. Read it online.
Spanish Speakers Phone Line and Poster
Spanish speakers are the fastest growing immigrant population in the Chippewa Valley. Our latest outreach efforts have dedicated a Spanish phone line at LVCV and displayed new posters in Mexican restaurants and grocery stores in Eau Claire. If you know a Spanish speaking adult who wants to learn or improve English, offer our Spanish line (715-456-3155) and a Spanish speaker will return calls promptly. You may also direct them to our Facebook page.