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15 students seek Project Read tutors

A total of 18 new tutors recently completed training sessions conducted by Project Read, the Menlo Park Library's adult literacy program, said Susan Holmer, the city's director of library services.

They will join the 90 volunteer tutors already in the program. Still, there are 15 Menlo Park students in need of tutors, she said.

For more information on the program, which provides free training to volunteer tutors who help adults in the community improve reading and writing skills, go to www.projectreadmenlopark.org.

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