Campus News

Bibb County Designated as a Certified Literate Community

On September 11 community partners came together to celebrate Bibb County officially becoming a Certified Literate Community.

The Certified Literate Community Program (CLCP) promotes literacy in Georgia by involving the whole community. By making literacy a community-wide commitment, a diversity of key resources are mobilized to promote and support literacy training. The CLCP is a partnership between the public sector (education and government) and the private sector (business and enterprise). This dynamic partnership will result in improved literacy levels for children, families, and workers in the entire community.

Community partners gathered to celebrate Bibb County's Certified Literacy Community Program (CLCP) designation. From left, top row, are Billie Izard, Technical College System of Georgia; Clifford Whitby, Macon-Bibb Industrial Authority; Chris Floore, Mayor’s Office; Ivy Webb, Georgia Department of Labor; Julia Wood, Junior League and Horace Holmes, Jr., Downtown Macon Rotary. From left, bottom row, are Rogers Willoughby, Centenary UMC; Sarah Roche, Macon Promise Neighborhood; Lauralen Avery, Junior League; Sallie Devero, Central Georgia Technical College; Jimmy Samuels, Macon-Bibb County EOC; June O'Neal, Mentor's Project and Mildred Lindsey, Literacy Education for Adults in Peach.

Submitted by Rebecca Ledford
September 12, 2012


Back to Press Releases

If you have questions or need more information,
email Janet Kelly, Assistant Vice President, Marketing and Public Relations.