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Literacy Volunteers & Ted Zoli

To the Valley News:

On Sunday, Aug. 21, Ted Zoli, designer of the new Crown Point Bridge, spoke at a fundraising event for Literacy Volunteers. His presentation, along with his sense of humor and ability to articulate how he developed and designed the new bridge blew the audience away! We were very fortunate to have him speak on this vital link; especially during this historical moment and on a topic that personally affects so many of us in the North Country. We would like to thank Mr. Zoli for sharing his expertise and experience with us.

Literacy Volunteers would like to acknowledge Camp Dudley for their continued support and allowing us to use Witherbee Auditorium. Special thanks to Matt Storey and Kathy Sequin for their help and support in addition to David Nelson for controlling the lights and tech-support.

This event would not have been successful without the following volunteers who helped create, organize and promote this event: Jim Bullard, Jim Davis, Chuck Gibson, Sam Huntington, Chris Lawrence, Carl & Shirley Resek, Chet & Sandy Woods and all who made delicious desserts and refreshments!

Literacy Volunteers, Essex/Franklin Counties

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