What a night! This year’s Tapas, Tequila, & Tango took place on September 9 at the Berkshire Botanical Garden. The evening was fun, festive, moving … and successful! We are so grateful to have had Bill Dunlaevy as our honoree and as a longtime supporter of LitNet.
Thank you to all who attended and supported “Stand Up for LitNet” with their contributions.
Thank you to all those who worked tirelessly to make this a wonderful evening for all.
Thank you to our dancers, our food preparers, our tutors, and learners who spoke so eloquently and passionately about their partnerships, to the LitNet board for their dedication, and especially to our honoree, Bill.
And most of all, a big THANK YOU to YOU, our friends, sponsors, donors, and supporters. We are celebrating 33 years of partnering with brave Berkshire County adults who are transforming their lives through the power of literacy, advocacy, and education. We appreciate your part in continuing this good work. Thanks for your generosity and for everything else you do to help make LitNet the transformational organization that it is.
The Literacy Network (LitNet) has been offering free, one-on-one tutoring sessions for adults since 1991. LitNet’s flexible, personalized approach to tutoring enables adult learners to succeed in their jobs, support their families, and engage with their local communities. The organization began by teaching reading skills, and LitNet quickly expanded its curriculum with lessons in English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL), citizenship test preparation, and adult basic education to better serve the large population of immigrants who live and work in the Berkshires.