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Arts & Entertainment - June 20, 2014

Helping others better understand English

Pleasanton Reads Project volunteers describe working on adult literacy effort

by Margaret Pereira

They volunteer to give back to the community, but what they don't expect to gain from the experience are the friendships with the students they tutor through the Pleasanton Reads Project.

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Editor's note: Margaret Pereira is a 25-year Pleasanton resident and former journalist who has been a volunteer tutor for Pleasanton Reads Project since 2012.


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