Bradenton, FL – Project Light Literacy Center will kick off its 20th year of service during an anniversary luncheon on Saturday, October 25 at 11:30 am at the Renaissance on 9th, 1816 9th Street West in Bradenton.
The event will celebrate the center’s service to the community over the years, as well as the accomplishments of its adult learners. The event emcee will be school board member-elect, Charlie Kennedy and the program will feature a special message from Project Light’s founder Sister Nora Brick.
Project Light’s 20th anniversary celebration is open to the public. Tickets are $20 per guest or tables of 8 can be purchased for $160. Please visit the organization’s website at www.projectlightofmanatee.org or call the event hotline at 941-745-1659 for tickets or more information.
Project Light has been providing accessible adult English language instruction and literacy classes for almost 20 years in Manatee County and is dedicated to empowering students with the skills and tools they need to more actively participate in, and contribute to, the community.