It’s up to US to Say NO to Budget Cuts for Adult Education

ProLiteracy is asking everyone to write letters supporting adult literacy in light of proposed federal budget cuts. Here is an excerpt from their website: President Donald Trump’s 2018 budget proposal includes...
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NEHS Donates to Parents Sharing Books

The Chippewa Falls High School National English Honors Society (NEHS) came through again this holiday season for Literacy Chippewa Valley. The group donated 259 new books, which will be used...
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Time to “Bee” on Board for ScrabbleBee

We will soon be turning our calendars to the New Year, and Literacy Chippewa Valley’s ScrabbleBee is just around the corner. The 17th Annual ScrabbleBee will be Thursday, April 19, 2018,...
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Susan Santee-Buenger Is Newest Instructor

The most recent addition to the Literacy Chippewa Valley staff is Susan Santee-Buenger. Susan is a 1-to-1 Adult Instructor in the Eau Claire office. As a 1-to-1 Adult Instructor, Susan...
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LCV Staff Attend ProLiteracy Conference

Three staff members from Literacy Chippewa Valley attended the ProLiteracy Conference on Adult Literacy Sept. 28-30, 2017. Pictured from left to right are Family Literacy Coordinator Deb Erwin, Chippewa County...
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Elizabeth Hart Named Executive Director

Elizabeth Hart has been hired as the executive director for Literacy Chippewa Valley, which has adult literacy programs in Eau Claire, Chippewa and Dunn counties. Hart joined Literacy Chippewa Valley...
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ScrabbleBee Buzzes With Excitement

Literacy Chippewa Valley’s 16th annual ScrabbleBee buzzed with excitement on Thursday, April 20, 2017. Thirty-eight teams gathered together for a fun-filled, fast-paced evening of Scrabble – with a twist! The event...
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ScrabbleBee2016 a Success!

The 15th Annual ScrabbleBee is in the books. The teams of Hares and Tortoises had a honey of a good time raising money for Literacy. Thanks to everyone involved, we...
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New Name Revealed!

We are excited to announce our new name — Literacy Chippewa Valley! In the summer of 2014, board, staff and community members held a series of strategic planning sessions to...
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