Library in Vance County installs bilingual Spanish early literacy stations with Pope Foundation support
From the John William Pope Foundation
September 9, 2015
RALEIGH — With recent grant support from the John William Pope Foundation, the H. Leslie Memorial Library in Vance County has added new technology to the youth services area to their Henderson, N.C. facility. The new installation features additional early literacy stations that offer over 70 educational software programs in several curricular areas. Several of the station’s programs are offered in Spanish, making the bilingual offering beneficial to the entire family.
The official press release can be read online at The Daily Dispatch: http://www.hendersondispatch.com/homepage/check-it-out-news-from-the-perry-memorial-library/article_d6f56bee-6b76-52e5-9f65-699bb288b06b.html
The Pope Foundation receives its support from the Pope family, owner and operator of the Henderson, North Carolina-based company Variety Wholesalers, Inc. For more information about the Perry Memorial Library, visit their website here.Categories: In the Headlines, Philanthropy