Literacy Volunteers’ 14th Annual Scrabble Challenge set

Tournament co-chairs Marge Berkley of Greenwich and Stewart Brownlee of Rowayton are looking for that triple word score to help Family Centers.

Tournament co-chairs Marge Berkley of Greenwich and Stewart Brownlee of Rowayton are looking for that triple word score to help Family Centers.

Grab a dictionary and brush up on those words that start with the letter “Q” because it’s time for Literacy Volunteers’ 14th Annual Scrabble Challenge on Tuesday, April 29 at 6 p.m. at the Hyatt Regency.

The event is co-chaired by Greenwich resident Marge Berkley and Rowayton resident Stewart Brownlee. The Scrabble Challenge brings together families, school groups and members of the business community for an evening of friendly competition. Players will enjoy cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and two rounds of Scrabble.

All proceeds will support Literacy Volunteers’ English-language, literacy and education services offered to residents of Fairfield County.

Literacy Volunteers is a program of Family Centers, which offers free literacy, English language instruction and adult education services to more than 500 Fairfield County residents each year. Programs are facilitated by a team of more than 120 volunteers, who donate more than 14,000 hours each year. Computer classes, financial literacy services and work readiness program are also offered.

Teams of up to three players are now forming and a number of sponsorship opportunities are available. To register or become a sponsor, visit Familycenters.org or contact Aleksa Lazarewicz at [email protected] or 203-869-4848.

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