You may not be able to believe everything you read in the news, but you can trust the stories about Windy Row Learning Center!
The newest issue of the Monadnock Small Business Journal features a title story on volunteering--and Windy Row is mentioned throughout. Our longest serving board member, John Kaufhold, explains the benefits of volunteering for himself personally, his business, and his team. The story, on pages 20-22 of the Journal answers some of the most common questions people have about volunteering for a board, including the financial and time commitment.
In that very same issue, an article on page 11 introduces Susannah Batchelder, one of our newest board members (along with retired teacher Sue Kretchman). Susannah has taken over our Facebook page, brought new life to it and created a real Facebook community. Want to join the conversation? Visit www.facebook.com/windyrow.
Are you interested in joining the board of Windy Row Learning Center? We're interested in hearing from you! We particularly need someone who enjoys writing and someone who enjoys interacting with people to help promote Windy Row in person, including promoting the one-in-ten program that helps professionals and parents recognize the signs of reading challenges in children.
We're always looking for ways to bring our message into the community. You might enjoy this article that appeared in the Monadnock Ledger-Transcript a couple of years ago and is still relevant today: Windy Row Helps Children with Dyslexia Become Strong Readers.
But there's no reason to wait for articles to pop up in magazines and newspapers. You can find out more about Windy Row by signing up for our quarterly newsletter, which includes articles about our reading methods, successes and community outreach. If you would like to receive our newsletter, either write us at PO Box 43, West Peterborough, NH 03468 or send us an info [at] windyrow.org (email) with "newsletter" in the subject line. Let us know if you prefer email or snail mail for receiving your newsletter.