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Steven Point to address literacy

Clifford Smith lecture
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Former Lieutenant – Governor Steven Point is the guest lecturer at the annual Clifford Smith lecture on Saturday, Sept. 28 in Sechelt.

The literacy campaign, is a passion of Point’s, who has partnered with the Rotary Club to bring books to isolated communities in the north.

This event is jointly presented by the Eldercollege of Capilano University Sunshine Coast Continuing Education Department and the Sechelt Nation and the event is free to all. The event starts at 2 p.m. at the Sechelt Indian Band Hall.

Smith was a former superintendant of schools for School District No. 46, a former chair of Eldercollege and a passionate advocate of ‘lifelong learning.’

For more information on the event call 604-885-9310.

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