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story.lead_photo.caption Chris Nelson, a volunteer tutor for the Community Literacy Program of Decatur, and Boni Vrieze, coordinator of the program, show some of the program’s teaching materials. - Photo by Janelle Jessen

The Community Literacy Program of Decatur has moved to a new location at the corner of Roller Avenue and Main Street in Decatur. Decatur's literacy program, which operates in conjunction with the Community Literacy Program of Gravette, has been holding classes in the lobby of the Simmons Foods office since June of 2010.

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News, Pages 1 on 02/01/2012

Print Headline: Literacy program moves

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