The delta of records | Literacy volunteers thank their supporters

BUCKHANNON – For over 15 years, the First Community Bank of Buckhannon has generously authorized the Literacy Volunteers of Upshur County (LVUC) to use their office suite on the second floor to store thousands of donated books, student / teacher tutoring supplies and all kinds of supplies for events, fundraisers and vacations. The bank also gave LVUC space to house the books planned for its Amazon online bookstore, a much needed additional source of income. We cannot thank them enough for all these years of support!

Given the notice of the bank’s intention to renovate their space on the second floor, LVUC was involved in a month-long effort to pack and move the buildup of all these years – a huge effort!

LVUC would like to recognize and thank the following volunteers for their time and much appreciated “muscle” to help with this packing and relocation project. We couldn’t have done it without their one month help!

A big thank you to :

The Opportunity House crew: The administrators and residents of OppHouse who gave us their unwavering help and muscle.

Boy Scouts Troop 100: Boy Scout Leader Clayton Tenney and Boy Scouts: Luke Waggy, Preston Seelback, Hunter Barrett, Blake Osburn, Jack Waggy, Alex Casto and Bob Waggy.

Volunteers and friends of LVUC: Linda and Mike Feola, Ben and Beverly Crutchfield, Joe Rogers, Creed Pletcher, Ginny and Lee Dixon, Kim Walls, Anne Chopyak, Jennifer and Mike Higham and Robert Anderson.

LVUC, located at 88 W. Main Street, Buckhannon, will reopen on a date to be announced later this year.

If you are interested in learning to read, improving your life skills (i.e. checking accounts, budgeting, etc.) and / or need help learning English as a second language ( ESL), please call us at (304) 472-2343, and leave a message. We are here to help! Would you like to volunteer as a tutor? Call us ! Look for more announcements regarding book sales, raffles, and the new book sales location in the near future.

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