Making a Difference: Ind. literacy project volunteers believe you're never too young or old to learn

LAWRENCEBURG, Ind. - Our Tuesday feature shines the spotlight on those unsung heroes among us: people who do good things for others every day, whether as a volunteer or as part of their job. 

The Hoosier Hills Literacy League is a nonprofit organization founded in 1984 in response to low literacy rates in Southeast Indiana. The organization is geared toward improving literacy rates through three programs.

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