The Lead Alliance will be launching the LEADSmart Literacy Program to the Mount Isa community next week will all sessions now booked out.
The program follows the launch of new mascot, logo and branding in November and will be held from 10am to noon at the Mount Isa Neighbourhood Centre next Wednesday, January 20.
The Literacy Program launch will consist of three interactive storytelling sessions showcasing the "Very Hungry Caterpillar" storybook and each session will run for around 25 minutes.
Session times are: 10am, 10.45am and 11.30am.
The Lead Alliance said they looked forward to seeing the registered families at the Neighbourhood Centre.
"A special thank you to Glencore Queensland Metals and The Indigenous Literacy Foundation for your contribution and support of the LEADSmart Literacy Program," the Lead Alliance said.
"Stay tuned in the coming weeks as we will provide more information on how you can be involved with the LEADSmart Literacy Program"
Bookings are limited to 25 children per session due to social distancing restrictions. Parents/caregivers are allowed to attend but are advised to contact Lead Alliance staff beforehand, to account for numbers.
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