The exchange will highlight all media forms including 8 tracks, cassettes, records, books, newspapers, magazines, and comics to name a few. If you have any of these oldies but goodies around your house, and would like to donate them, please feel free to bring them to the Rivers office and give to Judianne for the event.
Just a few short years ago Trident Literacy was poised to shut down its TC Drayton Center on Meeting Street. But thanks to the extreme generosity of the Post and Courier and other major benefactors Anita Zucker and Harriet McDougal, and an outpouring of generosity from the entire community spearheaded by First Federal, the Center was able to remain open.
“Not only remain open, but thrive,” said Executive Director Eileen Chepenik. “Within 48 hours a miracle occurred. Our community rallied behind us and proved once again how much they care about supporting organizations like Trident Literacy that are helping people turn their lives around. It was a touching show of support that was so deeply appreciated.”
Improving lives in our community.
Being literate means being able to read the newspaper or a medicine bottle, or to complete a job application. It means a better life.
Trident Literacy Association offers individualized and small group instruction for adults that gets results.