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One small step for reading

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  • March 17, 2015 /
  • by Sher Spooner /
  • Cluster Tutoring, free books, Little Free Libraries, reading /
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Have you noticed the small, freestanding wooden boxes in people’s front yards filled with books — including at least eight in Oak Park alone? They’re part of the Little Free Library system, and it has become a worldwide phenomenon. The Little Free Library movement started in 2009 in Hudson, Wis., when a man named Todd
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Support Cluster Tutoring when you shop on Amazon!

Designate Cluster your Amazon Smile charity, and we will receive 0.5% of your total sale as a donation from Amazon. Just go to Amazon Smile to sign up and return to Amazon Smile when you shop. (Don’t worry all your Amazon payment, shipping and shopping cart information will transfer automatically to Amazon Smile.) Cluster Tutoring
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Thanks to Oak Park CROPWalk for its extra generous gift of $2,400 to Cluster Tutoring. The contribution will be used to purchase healthy snacks for our students like fourth grader Sanaa S. Special thanks to Sylvia Menninga (right) and Connie Henderson-Damon (left), our librarians who spearheaded Cluster’s CROP fundraising effort. Also thanks to all the
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Cluster Students Improve Their Reading Skills

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