The Oswego County Literacy Coalition (LCOC) recently launched its new website (literacycoalitionofoswegocounty.com), announced by Paul Gugel, LCOC President.
“We are extremely grateful to Fulton Savings Bank for funding the website design, hosting and domain name,” said Gugel. “Thanks also to Heather McCoy, 315 Designs, Fulton, for a beautiful and clean website. With the expansion of some of our events and programs, like Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library, we needed to create our own domain and website to facilitate our growth and capabilities.
“I also want to thank our website committee for working to make this happen: Mike Egan, Kristen Munger and Steve Chirello. I encourage anyone interested in literacy services to visit our site for a quick check of the resources and agencies that are there to help.
The Oswego County Literacy Coalition is a coalition of local organizations and individuals dedicated to improving literacy in our county. LCOC strives to meet the literacy needs of people of all ages, areas of focus include basic literacy, workforce literacy, computer literacy, subject literacy health and financial literacy. “The Literacy Coalition of Oswego County is dedicated to supporting and expanding literacy services so that people can work, our economy can grow, families can prosper, and our community can prosper,” said Gugel.
For more information on the Oswego County Literacy Coalition, visitliteracycoalitionofoswegocounty.com. Visit imaginationlibrary.com for more information on Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library and to enroll a child (birth through 5th birthday) so they can experience the excitement of receiving a new (free) book that is available to them. delivered every month!