From left, United Way of Central Georgia President and CEO George McCanless, Peyton Anderson Foundation President Karen Lambert, Knight Foundation Program Director Beverly Blake and Bibb County schools Superintendent Curtis Jones stand in front of the new Read United program logo.
From left, United Way of Central Georgia President and CEO George McCanless, Peyton Anderson Foundation President Karen Lambert, Knight Foundation Program Director Beverly Blake and Bibb County schools Superintendent Curtis Jones stand in front of the new Read United program logo. Avery Braxton abraxton@macon.com
From left, United Way of Central Georgia President and CEO George McCanless, Peyton Anderson Foundation President Karen Lambert, Knight Foundation Program Director Beverly Blake and Bibb County schools Superintendent Curtis Jones stand in front of the new Read United program logo. Avery Braxton abraxton@macon.com

Volunteers could help improve literacy levels in Middle Georgia

June 23, 2016 06:49 PM