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LitNet in the News

LitNet in the News

February 17, 2017
The Berkshire Edge
"Jennifer Hermanski is the executive director of the Literacy Network of South Berkshire. She said the organization tutors 130 adults, 90 percent of whom are immigrants."

January 7, 2017
The Berkshire Eagle
"Maybe it was an honest mistake, maybe not. But either way, it was the moment that Maribel Teyssier passed her English exam."

December 7, 2016
The Berkshire Eagle
"Under majestic, high ceilings of the First Congregational Church in Great Barrington, the festive gathering drew more than 75 teachers, tutors, board members, family members, friends and administrators who joined in on the food and fun."

December 2, 2016
The Berkshire Edge
"Money donated from the purchase of Larkin’s Jane Austen audiobooks will be directed by the Foundation to support the Literacy Network of South Berkshire, a nonprofit organization with whose mission is to make one-on-one instruction in basic academic skills accessible to adults living or working in southern Berkshire County."

September 9, 2016

The Berkshire Edge
"The Literacy Network helped my parents when they came here as immigrants, and we want to thank them for that help."