Lee, Mass. – February 16 – Literacy Network of South Berkshire announces the release of “A Couple of Pairs,” the second episode of its new monthly cable TV show titled “Literacy Network of South Berkshire Presents…” Co-hosted by LitNet’s Executive Director Leigh Doherty and LitNet board member and local educator Roselle Chartock, each episode will delve into LitNet’s past, present, and future by featuring learners, tutors, individuals significant to the organization’s history and development, community leaders, educational professionals, and more. The show’s goal is to spread awareness of the work the organization does, to delve into topics surrounding adult- and ESOL-education, and to inform the community of how they might become involved with LitNet.
“A Couple of Pairs” will air on Sunday, February 21 at 1:30 PM and 6:00 PM. In this episode, Roselle Chartock interviews two tutor-learner pairs about what it takes to maintain a successful tutor-learner relationship and the struggles and triumphs of being able to stay connected despite the COVID-19 pandemic. The four interviewees reveal what it is that each gets out of being a part of LitNet and provide insight for those interested in becoming either a tutor or student.
Episodes air each Sunday at 1:30 PM and 6:00 PM, Wednesday at 5:30 PM, and Saturday at 1:30 PM and 6:00 PM. Episodes will re-air at each time throughout the month. Show duration is 30 minutes. Viewers can watch on Spectrum Cable Channel 1302 and on the CTSB website, www.ctsbtv.com, or check in at www.litnetsb.org for other ways to watch.
About Literacy Network of South Berkshire www.litnetsb.org
Literacy Network of South Berkshire is a volunteer-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that for almost 30 years has been providing free individualized reading, writing and English language instruction to adult learners, both U.S. and foreign born, in Berkshire County, MA. The mission of Literacy Network of South Berkshire is to transform the lives of adult learners through the power of literacy, education, and advocacy. LitNet believes everyone has the right to access a high-quality education and that a connected community is a stronger community.