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English speaking volunteers needed for conservation circles

Informational session planned for May 17

White Salmon Valley Community Library will host a free informational session from 7-8:30 p.m Monday, May 17, for English-speaking volunteers interested in helping to facilitate English conservation practice circles at the library.

The library plans to begin offering weekly morning and afternoon conversation circles for non-native speakers 10 weeks beginning June 10 and ending Aug. 12.

Volunteers who would like to sign up will receive training by the Clark College Adult Literacy Program at the library on Saturday, June 5, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

The conversation circles are part of Fort Vancouver Regional Library District's "Everyday English @ Your Library" program, made possible by a federal grant administered through the Washington State Library's "Serving Cultural Diversity" initiative.

For more information about volunteering for the White Salmon conversation circles, contact Jennifer Hull, White Salmon Valley community librarian, at 493-1132 or


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