Video Highlights of the 2014 Athena Interactive Literacy Program
Reader to Reader's Athena Interactive Literacy Program works with teen mothers from Holyoke, MA, and combines personal literacy and family literacy with healthy eating and cooking.A special thank you to Chef Bill Collins and Northfire Recording Studio for their donated services.The Athena Program is made possible thanks to Florence Savings Bank, PeoplesBank, and the AEC Trust.
ReflectionsTwo years ago, David Mazor dropped me off three hours west of Albuquerque, a mile and a half up in the high desert. It rained that evening. It was quiet, and the air smoldered with the smell of sage. I'd asked David a hundred times that summer what I would do here. He said that I'd find out when I came. I'd listen and I'd know.To my last day, I couldn't really tell you what my job was.
Yes! The Books Are Free!“How much are the books?”“Are these really free?” “How many am I allowed to take home?” These were the questions we were excitedly asked all afternoon at Family Fun Day last week in Holyoke, where Reader to Reader gave out almost 400 books.