BELOIT—The Beloit Area Retired Educator’s Association (BAREA) is back to face-to-face meetings with members anxiously waiting to see each other and now happily inviting the public to their first meeting of the year, set for 9:30 a.m. on Sept. 16 at Our Saviors Lutheran Church, 749 Bluff St..
The meeting will feature a presentation about the Beloit Literacy for Life Initiative (BLFLI) from Bill Flanagan, Coordinator of BLFLI and Tara Tinder, Executive Director of the Stateline Community Foundation.
They will share how the program prepares Beloit children for school, life success and enhances their fun and potential. Flanagan and Tinder will explain how extensive planning and collaboration with the Beloit Community has made this program possible.
The meeting is held in the lower level of the church and non-member of BAREA should RSVP to Mary at 608-718-9082. Please come. Enjoy fellowship and learn.