CFLC in the News

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GWBJ: Literacy Council Says Aloha To The Holidays With 12 Tastes

GWBJ: Literacy Council Says Aloha To The Holidays With 12 Tastes

The 4th annual 12 Tastes of Christmas, a holiday tasting party, will be hosted by the Cape Fear Literacy Council on December 9 at the Brooklyn Arts Center, 516 N. Fourth Street. Published in November 2016.   Click here to read the full...

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Star News: 7 ways to do good in the Lower Cape Fear – CFLC

Star News: 7 ways to do good in the Lower Cape Fear – CFLC

An article about 7 ways to do good in the Lower Cape Fear. Published in January 2017.   Click here to read the full...

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CFLC: Tickets now on sale for the 4th Annual “12 Tastes of Christmas” on Friday, December 9, 2016

CFLC: Tickets now on sale for the 4th Annual “12 Tastes of Christmas” on Friday, December 9, 2016

 The talents of our local eateries and drinkeries unite once again for the 12 TASTES OF CHRISTMAS – a holiday tasting party to benefit adult literacy in the Cape Fear area.   This all-inclusive benefit will take place at the historic Brooklyn Arts Center and feature 12 food and drink pairings, live music from DJ Free Waterfall and more – all in the spirit of the season. Guests 21+ are invited to join CFLC...

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YOU COULD WIN UP TO $10,000!

YOU COULD WIN UP TO $10,000!

 ONLINE TICKET SALES HAVE CLOSED! A LIMITED AMOUNT OF TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR AT BILL’S FRONT PORCH AT 6 PM. Back by popular demand, Cape Fear Literacy Council announces its 2nd Annual “Last Ticket Standing” Reverse Raffle. Join us and Master of Ceremony, Alan Perry, at the Grand Prize Drawing on Monday, April 24 ,2017, from 6 – 8 p.m. at Bill’s Front Porch Pub & Brewery at 4238 Market Street....

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CFLC: Buzz-worthy News!!! The Spelling Bee is back and better than ever for an amazing 29th year!

CFLC: Buzz-worthy News!!! The Spelling Bee is back and better than ever for an amazing 29th year!

  Cape Fear Literacy Council proudly announces the 29th Annual Spelling Bee for Literacy! The Bee is on Thursday, September 15th at 7 PM at the Terraces on Sir Tyler. We invite the community to share in this fun evening devoted to words! Admission is FREE and there will be light refreshments, a cash bar, audience games and prizes, and fun for both audience and competitors. You can help your favorite team with the...

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WECT: 18 teams compete in 29th annual Cape Fear Literacy Council Spelling Bee

WECT: 18 teams compete in 29th annual Cape Fear Literacy Council Spelling Bee

18 teams compete in 29th annual Cape Fear Literacy Council Spelling Bee. Broadcast on September 15, 2016.   Click here to read the full...

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CFLC: United States Citizenship and Immigration Services Informational Workshop on Tuesday, May 24th

CFLC: United States Citizenship and Immigration Services  Informational Workshop on Tuesday, May 24th

YOU ARE INVITED On Tuesday, May 24th, United States Citizenship and Immigration Services representative, Lisa Wohlrab will hold two free information sessions at Cape Fear Literacy Council. This is a chance for you to learn more about citizenship and immigration.  These information sessions are open to the public. Do not miss this opportunity to have all your questions answered! WHERE: Cape Fear Literacy Council, Building B 1012 So. 17th Street, Wilmington DAY: Tuesday, May...

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Star News: Literacy Council luncheon worked, Spelling Bee up next

Star News: Literacy Council luncheon worked, Spelling Bee up next

Literacy Council luncheon worked, Spelling Bee up next Posted Jun 23, 2016 at 2:59 PM By Cheryl Whitaker StarNews Staff WILMINGTON — Cape Fear Literacy Council celebrates the success of its seventh annual Literacy Luncheon held June 2. The even raised more than $50,000 for the organization while educating nearly 300 community members about the importance of the nonprofit’s mission: to provide personalized education so adults can transform their lives and contribute to a stronger local community.  At the...

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CFLC: Please join us for the 7th Annual Literacy Luncheon on June 2nd and participate in the Live Oak Bank Challenge Grant!

CFLC: Please join us for the 7th Annual Literacy Luncheon on June 2nd and participate in the Live Oak Bank Challenge Grant!

Please join Cape Fear Literacy Council and our Presenting Sponsor, Live Oak Bank, in celebrating CFLC’s mission to provide personalized education so adults can transform their lives and contribute to a stronger local community. Mark your calendars to join Cape Fear Literacy Council on Thursday, June 2nd, at Pine Valley United Methodist Church, for the Cape Fear Literacy Council’s 7th Annual Literacy Luncheon featuring CFLC’s Readers’ Theater and special guest, celebrated author and philosopher,...

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Port City Daily: Superhero, sci-fi fans unite for first Cape Fear Comic Con

Port City Daily:  Superhero, sci-fi fans unite for first Cape Fear Comic Con

Superhero, sci-fi fans unite for first Cape Fear Comic Con By Hilary Snow on April 8, 2016 Calling all cape-wearers and cosplayers, amateur superheroes and would-be zombies – the first Cape Fear Comic Con is nigh. Fanboys and girls of all ages can geek out to a host of cross-genre artists and notable personalities during the inaugural event, set for Saturday, April 16, at Wilmington Moose Lodge, 4610 Carolina Beach Road. A growing national...

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