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To Infinity & BEEyond! KLC's 21st Annual Spelling Bee

KLC's 21st Annual Spelling Bee is going to be out of this world! Get ready for great food, drinks, and the most fun you've ever had at a spelling bee!

The Spelling Bee is our biggest fundraiser of the year! 100% of the proceeds from the Spelling Bee support KLC’s English literacy programs. Teams from local organizations and businesses enjoy good-natured competition while raising much-needed funds for KLC.

KLC Day at Corner Bakery

Help Kenosha Literacy Council raise funds while you enjoy the delicious food at Corner Bakery Cafe! Come for breakfast, lunch, dinner or even just a quick cup of coffee & treat. You can even go through the Drive Thru! To-go and catering orders are also part of the fundraiser.

**Please note: You MUST mention that you want to support KLC when you place your order.**

Born A Crime Community Book Discussion

Join Kenosha Literacy Council students & tutors for a book discussion of New York Times Best Seller "Born A Crime" by Trevor Noah. It's the compelling, inspiring, and comically sublime story of one man’s coming-of-age, set during the twilight of apartheid and the tumultuous days of freedom that followed. Refreshments will be served! This free event is open to the community. This event will be held at Kenosha Creative Space.

Volunteer Training Information Meeting

The Kenosha Literacy Council’s need for volunteer tutors is growing everyday. 7% of adults in Kenosha County lack the basic literacy skills needed to function in everyday life. 13% of Wisconsin adults 18-24 and 10% of adults 25+ do not have a high school diploma or the equivalent. 46% of Wisconsin’s foreign-born population over five years old do not speak English well.

Volunteer Training Information Meeting

The Kenosha Literacy Council’s need for volunteer tutors is growing everyday. 7% of adults in Kenosha County lack the basic literacy skills needed to function in everyday life. 13% of Wisconsin adults 18-24 and 10% of adults 25+ do not have a high school diploma or the equivalent. 46% of Wisconsin’s foreign-born population over five years old do not speak English well.

Volunteer Training Information Meeting

The Kenosha Literacy Council’s need for volunteer tutors is growing everyday. 7% of adults in Kenosha County lack the basic literacy skills needed to function in everyday life. 13% of Wisconsin adults 18-24 and 10% of adults 25+ do not have a high school diploma or the equivalent. 46% of Wisconsin’s foreign-born population over five years old do not speak English well.

Winter Celebration & Anthology Release

Please join us in celebrating the winter season and the 
17th Annual Edition of the Kenosha Literacy Council Student Anthology! 

Receive a copy of the 2018 Student Anthology and share the enthusiasm of our authors as they present their stories. 

Please come enjoy the wonderful refreshments, crafts, and door prizes at this fun family event. 

This free event is open to the community. 

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2419 - 63rd Street
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262-654-7323

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