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Providence Community Library Receives 2016 RI Literacy Award

The Rhode Island Literacy Award recognizes literacy partnerships with the state library community. The Providence Community Library was chosen as this year’s awardee for their Spanish language GED program, which grew out of expressed needs in the community and has served more than 500 students over the last five years.

“Some participants have gone on to enjoy life-changing opportunities. PCL’s GED teacher, Hipolito Reyes (at right), has made a huge personal contribution to this program’s success. … We have 90 students enrolled in the current year and with this award, PCL will be able to buy more materials and expand our library collection for future classes.” -Michelle Novello, Program Coordinator, Providence Community Library

This award is administer by The Rhode Island Center for the Book with the generous support of David Rubenstein and the Library of Congress.

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