Saturday, September 2, 2017

Will you join us?

Join us for 

We host a benefit only once each year. This year it is on Thursday, Sept. 7 2017, at Trolley Square from 6-9 PM. 

Author Camron Wright, author of The Orphan Keeper or The Rent Collector, has graciously agreed to come and tell us the story behind his books. And, I can tell you from talking with Camron that those stories are as good as the stories in his books. 

Perhaps, you (and your friends) have read one or both of his books. If not, then this evening may give you reasons to read them.

You can help us in several ways with this event.

1) Come. If you are available on September 7, join us. Learn more the two intriguing worlds described in these books. Your ticket contribution and your silent auction bids will help another adult in our community raise his/her reading, writing, & math skills. 

2) Share. Whether you can come or not, share information about our event with your friends. Get them to come with you (or without you) to this event. This benefit is a great time for a book group to hear Camron.

3) Invite. Buy a ticket for someone else to attend our event. Let them learn more about the books and about the work we do in our community. 

For $60, you get to hear Camron and meet Taj (from The Orphan Keeper), participate in a silent auction, plus be part of helping another adult in our community raise his/her reading, writing, & math skills. 

​What a win-win opportunity!

You will join us, won't you?

Deb Young
Literacy Action Center


Get tickets by one of these methods:

1) mailing your check to Literacy Action Center, 3595 S Main Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84115 with a postmark by 9/5/17 for $60/person. 

2) ordering tickets through Eventbrite ($60 + handling through 9/5/17 or $75 after 9/5/17) at 

3) calling 801/265-9081 to reserve your tickets at the door (pay $60 each) when you get there on Thursday, 9/7/17. 

Note: Tickets at the door without reservations (and starting 9/6/17 on Eventbrite) will be $75/person. No refunds. All contributions (tickets & auctions) will be used to teach English-speaking adults reading, writing, and math. ===========

With your support, functionally-illiterate, English-speaking adults are becoming skilled, passionate, habitual, critical readers, writers, and mathematicians, who are career-minded and tech savvy! We are the only nonprofit organization that focuses on these adults living in Salt Lake County & Davis County in Utah.

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