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Literacy Council meets at Placerville

The Literacy Council of the El Dorado County Library will sponsor “High Tea With The Authors” from 2 to 4 p.m. Sept. 9 at the El Dorado County Main Library, 345 Fair Lane, Placerville, Calif.

The tea is planned to coincide with International Literacy Day and will feature Gold Country authors Naida West and Robert Norman Farley. A framed Thomas Kinkaid print titled “Christmas Eve on Hangtown Creek” will be a special raffle prize at the event. Raffle tickets are $5 each and are available from any Literacy Action Council member or from the front desk at the South Lake Tahoe Branch Library, 1000 Rufus Allen Blvd.

The cost for the tea is $25 and advance reservations are required. For reservations and more information call (530) 621-5723.



This the Literacy Action Council sixth annual Authors Tea and is their major fund-raiser. Proceeds support English as a Second Language, one-to-one tutoring for adults and family literacy programs. All are offered free of charge by the Literacy Services Program of the El Dorado County Library to El El Dorado County residents who wish to improve their English writing, reading and conservation skills.


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