Registration is open for “Reading is a Superpower!”, the Ozark Foothills Literacy Project's 2015 Summer Reading Camp for 6-12 year olds. The camp is set for June 15-18, 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church, 615 E. Main Street in Batesville.
The camp will offer a fast paced morning of engaging reading and writing activities with a focus on heroes and their stories. Activities will include story time, a superhero obstacle course, readers theater, creative writing, recipe reading to make super snacks, word games, and more. The camp will be led by certified teachers, including Literacy Project board members Ann Walmsley and Julie Reardon.
Registration fees are $99 until May 15, plus $75 for each additional sibling. After May 15 the cost is $125, plus $100 for each additional sibling. Register online at oflp.org/read2015 or by phone at 870-793-5912. Space is limited.
The Literacy Project, which serves Fulton, Sharp, Izard and Independence Counties, teaches adults who are learning to read and adults who are learning English. “Reading is a Superpower!” Summer Reading Camp is a fundraiser to help cover the cost of books and services for adult students. The Literacy Project is a United Way member agency and part of the Arkansas Literacy Councils network of adult literacy organizations. For more information about the Literacy Project, please call 870-793-5912 or visit www.oflp.org.