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The Bradford-Wyoming County Literacy Program is based in the Bradford County Library. The Literacy Program trains volunteer tutors and provides free and confidential “one on one” tutoring for adults and teenagers who lack basic reading skills or who want to learn English as a Second Language. They can be reached by calling (570) 297-3375.

Bradford County Library
200 Main Street, Suite 5
Towanda, Pennsylvania 18848
Phone: (570) 297-3375
Fax: (570) 297-4197


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