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The Carolinas Literacy Network closed its doors on April 25.
For eight years, with the mission of giving people the skills to become life-long learners, CLN has provided training, equipment, materials, technical support, administrative support and marketing support to our member agencies, all with the goal of increasing literacy and engaging our community.
Carolinas Literacy Network began as the Lancaster Area Literacy Cooperative in 2006, created by the J. Marion Sims Foundation.
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