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The Literacy Corner students had fun decorating the bust of Charlie Peace today. Charlie’s ensemble includes everything from the basket…chicken mask, St. Patrick’s Day glasses, bow tie, pink wig, 3 hats, blue wig, pirate eye patch, red feather boa, flower lei, reindeer antlers, purple Mardi Gras beads, olympic medal, and a pig nose!
The Literacy Corner is a four-week tutoring program for students ages 6 to 14 taught by graduate-level, certified teachers in Furman’s Masters of Arts in Education program. The Literacy Corner program is held every summer in the James B. Duke Library.