Subaru’s Share the Love Campaign

Subaru’s Share the Love Campaign

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  This year our local Subaru dealership, Adventure Subaru, added a local charity to their Share the Love campaign and they chose the Ozark Literacy Council! Subaru buyers can now choose to support OLC when they buy or lease a new Subaru. The Share the Love campaign runs through January 2, 2014. For each new car purchased or leased, Subaru will donate $250 to the buyer’s charity of choice. The Ozark Literacy Council is greatful for the opportunity to partner with a dealership that does so much good for their local community. Thank you Subaru!  

“Arts + Literacy” for Literacy Awareness Month

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  October is Literacy Awareness Month and to celebrate we are excited to announce our partnership campaign, “Arts + Literacy” with the Walton Arts Center. In the classic tale of Beauty and the Beast, Belle teaches the Beast to read, highlighting the importance of literacy through the arts. In recognition of Belle’s commitment, Walton Arts Center and the Ozark Literacy Council are partnering to promote “Arts + Literacy,” a campaign designed to raise money and awareness for literacy during National Information Literacy Awareness Month. For every ticket purchased for Disney’s Beauty and the Beast from October 1-14, Walton Arts Center will donate $1 toward the Ozark Literacy Council. “Partnering with the Walton Arts Center spotlights the importance of incorporating the arts in literacy education,” Executive Director Margot Jackson said. “By using the arts in our own curriculum, we’ve noticed how a creative approach helps students forget about their inhibitions and

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OLC on KNWA

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KWNA interviewed OLC Board member Joshua Mahony about the Council’s mission! You can find the full text on nwahomepage.com

Meet Margot!

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Ozark Literacy Council is very excited and proud to have Margot Jackson as our Executive Director! You will be seeing and hearing more from Margot in upcoming days as she gets out and about in the community. Find out more about OLC’s latest leader: Margot is a native of Fayetteville and holds a Master of Arts in International Studies from the University of Oregon, where her studies focused on immigrant integration and qualitative evaluation. Margot worked to develop practical methods for creating lasting and meaningful relationships between immigrants and their new home communities. As a former volunteer ESL instructor with OLC and other organizations around the country, she has repeatedly witnessed the powerful role literacy plays in people’s lives. After a brief stint on OLC’s Board of Directors, Margot is thrilled to now have the opportunity to devote herself full time to OLC’s mission. Deeply motivated by her experiences in

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“Doing Good: Ozark Literacy Council”

La Prensa Spanish newspaper covers our Open House

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Oportunidades gratuitas de aprender inglés (Opportunities to learn English for free)

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