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JULY 28TH- “LITERACY LUAU” TO BENEFIT FRIENDS OF LITERACY!

 

Friends of Literacy

900 East Hill Avenue, Suite 120

Knoxville, TN 37915

865-549-7007

www.friendsofliteracy.org

For more information contact: Madison Bankston, Assistant Director Madison@friendsofliteracy.org

Join Friends of Literacy for the annual Literacy Luau

Friends of Literacy will be hosting a Literacy Luau on July 28th overlooking the river at the home of Chip and Jeanie Johnson. The Literacy Luau promises to be THE not-to-be-missed charity event in Knoxville this summer. The night’s festivities will include a delectable island-themed dinner prepared by Sweet P’s and an open bar featuring a selection of wine and beer as well as a delicious, signature island cocktail. The evening’s entertainment will keep you on your feet with island music and illuminate the evening with poi fire spinning and hula performances from the Polynesian Paradise Dancers.

Enjoy the beautiful hilltop view of the river that only Chip and Jeanie Johnson’s home can provide and say “aloha” to our hosts and sponsors, WVLT, LHP Capital, Home Federal Bank, Harper Auto Square, John Temple Wealth Advisor, Fox & Farmer, Arlene’s Fun Travel, Sweet P’s Barbecue, Natalie & Jamie Davis, Andrew Roberto, Harrison Smith, Mary Fran Darwin, Doc Claussen, Mintha & Jon Roach, and Bob & Kim Thomas.

Tickets are $65 and can be purchased at www.friendsofliteracy.org or by calling 865-549-7007. Attire for the evening is Hawaiian vacation. Parking will be free along with complimentary valet.

One in 10 adults in Knox County lacks a GED or high school diploma and one in 12 adults are unable to read or write above a sixth grade level. Friends of Literacy supports the delivery of free high quality literacy and adult education classes in Knox County for adults who are inadequately educated for the challenges of daily life. Working in partnership with area adult education providers, our goal is to help provide free basic adult education classes so that our students become better workers, parents, and citizens. Funds raised at the event support this goal.

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