2017 New York State Reading Association Conference
Central New York Reading Council (CNYRC) was well represented at the 2017 New York State Reading Association (NYSRA) Conference! CNYRC Board of Directors Member Dr. Kathleen Hinchman, CNYRC Membership Chair Heather Waymouth, and CNYRC President Keith Newvine presented their research, titled “Assets-based Literacy Intervention: Design, Implementation, & Preliminary Results.” CNYRC was also awarded the 2017 NYSRA Literacy Outreach Award for our 2016 Spring Conference.
2017 Books & Brunch Event
Our annual Books & Brunch Bookfair was a hit! Over $150 was raised for our organization and The Ideas Partnership of Kosovo. Check out some of the pictures from the event below.
New York State Reading Association 2017 Literacy Outreach Award
The Central New York Reading Council is honored to receive the 2017 Literacy Outreach Award from the New York State Reading Association for our Spring Conference. This award honors local NYSRA reading councils for outstanding service to its community and to literacy. We could not be more proud to receive this honor an continue the work.
Check out some pics from our recent Spring Conference!
Check out some pics from our recent Books & Brunch event!
The 2016 CNYRC Spring Literacy Conference is here!
The Central New York Reading Council is proud to present our 2016 Annual Spring Literacy Conference! Click here to download the registration form or go to our Upcoming Events page. Please send this form and payment by Tuesday, March 1 to:
Tess Dussling, 218 West Genesee St. Apt 2A, Syracuse, NY 13202
A Message from Ruth Colvin
Dear Friends, I personally appreciate your support of Literacy CNY, as do all the students who are continually learning (I'm now teaching a new student too, a Chinese young lady, 37, a housekeeper at Upstate, who is working to upgrade her English).
I'm asking some of you who I know understand the importance of reading and writing, speaking and understanding English if you'd click this link to vote for LiteracyCNY with the hopes of their getting a donation of $1500 (we need it).
At the CNY "40-under 40" event, the Business Journal will be recognizing a CNY non-profit, asking for votes, and will give a donation of $1500 to the winner.
LiteracyCNY is overwhelmed with new students (most under 40), we have over 80 on the waiting list and are presently teaching over 500. LitÇNY has been the #1 literacy group in NYS, and this donation could mean we can help even more students.
I'd appreciate your vote for LiteracyCNY (and passing it on) by checking on this link and writing "LiteracyCNY." The deadline is Nov. 12. THANKS - and keep reading. Ruth Colvin