Literacy Outreach announces board of directors for 2013 |

Literacy Outreach announces board of directors for 2013

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — Literacy Outreach has named two new board members to its board of directors.

Steve Carter, a real estate broker from ReMax Country, will help fundraise for the organization, and Maddie Nieslanick joins as the student liaison from Roaring Fork High School.

They join board members Ginny Schroeder, a retired school administrator; Janet Olson, a community activist; Amelia Shelley, executive director of the Garfield County Libraries; Maria Claire Jacobi, PE/SE an engineer at Glenwood Structural and Civil Inc.; Ted Doll, a retired instructor from Texas Christian University; Sandra Thwing, an accounting tech at Colorado Mountain College; Mary Hurutan, a retired college professor at Colorado Mountain College; and Kim Doose, Founder and Creative Director at Snap Storm Media.

Literacy Outreach is a nonprofit agency that promotes literacy in Garfield County. Professionally trained tutors provide free, one-on-one instruction to adults with reading skills below the fourth grade level so that illiterate adults can gain the lifelong gift of literacy.

For more information, or to inquire about becoming a tutor, go to or follow the organization on Facebook and Twitter.

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