This newsletter and previous newsletters can be found in the Newsletter Archive page, located on the blue menu bar on the home page.MarchApril 2016 PSC News
Ron Shoop will be sharing book picks at two events in the coming months: Monday, February 29 (Leap Day), 6:30-8:00 PM at 2900 Salvio Street, Concord, CA 94519 Thursday, April 28, 10:30 AM – 12:00 NOON at 2661 Oak Grove … Read More »
This humorous essay was written by a PSC student and board member for an English class she took last semester at Los Medanos College. Mistakes Essay Mistakes, who me? Yes, I honestly must say I have made a lot of … Read More »
January/February 2016 This newsletter and the last year’s newsletters can be found in the Newsletter Archive page, located on the blue menu bar on the home page.
Ron Shoop, from Penguin Random House, delighted a crowd of more than 70 booklovers last night at the Pleasant Hill Library with his Yuletide recommendations for personal reading and gift giving. If you weren’t able to attend, Ron’s picks can … Read More »
November/December 2015 This newsletter and previous newsletters can be found in the Newsletter Archive page, located on the blue menu bar on the home page.
PSC, Inc. hosted a lovely fundraising event to benefit Project Second Chance on Thursday, October 15th. The event, Mending Lives: A Conversation with Bay Area Memoirists, featured authors Katie Hafner, Melissa Cistaro, and Jessica Fechtor. The evening included a lively … Read More »
Contributions welcome! A raffle of goods and services is always a major source of income at PSC events. Gift certificates, handmade quilts, hairstyling and products, and more add a festive and profitable element to the fundraisers. Donations for the Oct. … Read More »
More than 100 supporters attended the PSC Recognition Event August 27 in the Pleasant Hill library. Students and tutors are honored at this annual celebration of milestones and achievements in reaching literacy goals. Joanne Durkee from Mt. Diablo Adult Ed … Read More »
PSC recently hosted an Adult Learner Leadership Institute (ALLI) session for students from Bay Area literacy programs. Here are essays written by two of the students. From Maryam N.: When I went to the ALLI workshop I was all nerves, … Read More »