This week, we are launching three stories written by students from Taber, Alberta. As a special event you can read their stories as well as hear them.
The Taber & District Adult Literacy Program began in 1987. The program is located in the Provincial Building in Taber, Alberta. Taber is a small community of approximately 7700 residents. This small community is agriculture and oil industry based. Taber is also known all over Alberta and Canada as the Corn Capital of Canada. Today, the Taber & District Adult Literacy Program offers a variety of programs to improve reading and writing skills. Some of the programs offered are one-on-one tutoring, group tutoring, family literacy, English As A Second Language classes and Books For Babes. We currently have 60 students and 33 tutors in our program.
|Untitled||by Madeline Proulx|
|My Story||by Nicole Strugari|
|A Dedication To My Mother||by Nicole Strugari|