North Peace Literary Alliance to help with funding for various community programs

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Achievers Toastmasters will receive $5,000 for a youth program aimed at communications and leadership. The program will be for 20 youths between the ages of 12-18.

$3,000 is being given to School District 60 to help with the existing Roots of Empathy Program. The program is delivered to kindergarten classes and aims at connecting a community family with the classroom to implement a number of skills such as emotional literacy, and coping skills. Another $1,000 is being given to School District 60 to help with the development, printing, and distribution of kindergarter readiness brochures. 

The Fort St. John Public Library will be on the receiving end of $8,471.52 to go for two instructors who will teach the Computer Skills Training Program. The free program gives one on one instruction aimed at improving computer and information literary skills.

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The presentation will take place on January 27 at 1 p.m. at the Fort St. John Public Library

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