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Lessons lead to friendships at Literacy Green Bay

7:37 AM, Apr. 2, 2013
Susan Jauquet, right, works with Chou Her, helping her learn English language skills at the Literacy Council of Green Bay on Monday.
Susan Jauquet, right, works with Chou Her, helping her learn English language skills at the Literacy Council of Green Bay on Monday.
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Chou Her says learning English helped her become a U.S. citizen and will help her earn a high school equivalency certificate.

She meets weekly with Susan Jauquet, a volunteer at Literacy Green Bay, to practice reading and writing English. She moved from Laos to Green Bay in 2004 and speaks Hmong as a first language. Her studied for, and passed, a citizenship test in 2011 and plans to study for a General Equivalency diploma.

Jauquet is one of 200 tutors for Literacy Green Bay, but at least 40 more are needed. The nonprofit is hosting an orientation on Wednesday for potential volunteers. ...

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