Twenty-six people showed up Saturday and were trained to become volunteers for READPolk at a workshop held there. That adds to the 130 volunteers trained to teach those with low literacy skills in Polk County.
However, getting the word out to those who need the help and are willing to get help is a high priority of the organization, said Steve Chapman, the executive director of READPolk, a nonprofit coalition dedicated to improving adult literacy.
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