During the April 9 City Council Meeting, the City honored the Dominican Literacy Center of Aurora for 25 years of service to Aurora. Thanks to the effort of the 7-member staff and 200+ volunteers, more than 3,000 women have learned English in the last 25 years and hundreds of families have been successfully prepared to pass their citizenship exams. Thank … Read More
Rosary High School’s Alumnae Association sponsored a drive to collect winter items for the Dominican Literacy Center in Aurora. Items collected included hats, gloves, scarves, slippers, socks and blankets. To read the entire article, please click here.
There will be no classes on Tuesday, January 29 in the evening, all day Wednesday, January 30 and all day Thursday, January 31. The center will be closed. Please stay warm and safe!
A big Welcome and Thank You to the 21 new tutors who have completed the training and have been matched with students! You are all so appreciated!
Aurora’s Dominican Literacy Center invites donations on Tuesday, Nov. 27, through Giving Tuesday, a national online social movement. Center director Sister Kathleen Ryan, said “Giving Tuesday inspires people to give back after Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber Monday have come and gone. DLC donors can do good, quickly and easily.” Donations can be made by visitingDominicanliteracycenter.org, clicking on Ways to … Read More
There are no classes today at the Dominican Literacy Center. No classes at 9:30, 11:00, 1:00 or 7:00 pm.
Thank you to Denise Crosby, who wrote about the DLC celebrating it’s 25th year in the Beacon News. If you missed the article in the paper, click here for the digital edition. Otherwise, here is the story below. It may have been providence that planted the seed. But it was a 1993 Charles Kuralt TV program about two nuns helping adults … Read More
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