orientation Sept. 7
The Literacy Volunteers of Methuen matches students and volunteer tutors to raise the English fluency level and the basic reading skills of adults in the community who may be struggling with these issues.
These tutors can have a direct impact on these individuals and their families by allowing them to get better jobs and generally improve their lives as citizens in the community.
Literacy Volunteers of Methuen, based at Nevins Memorial Library, is holding an orientation program to introduce potential volunteer tutors to the literacy program currently under way at the library.
Tutors work with adults who have difficulty with reading or writing in their native English language.
The next orientation will be held on Sept. 7 at 10 a.m. at the library. To reserve your place, call Kirsten Underwood, literacy coordinator, at 978-686-4080 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
sale Sept. 23-25
Nevins Memorial Library will be holding its annual book sale of the Friends of the Nevins Memorial Library on Sept. 23-25.
Books in good condition — no musty or moldy volumes — will be accepted until the evening of Sept. 21. Records, CDs, videos and puzzles will also be accepted.
The Friends of the Nevins Memorial Library is also seeking volunteers to help sort and organize the donations and clean up after the sale.
For more information or to volunteer, call Beverly Winn at 978-686-4080, ext. 31.
The book sale will also feature the fall festival on Sept. 23 with items for the garden and refreshments for sale.