You’re Invited: Love Letters for Literacy

February is a month to celebrate heart disease prevention, black history, groundhogs, grapefruits (seriously!), and love — or more specifically, love letters. 

So you won’t want to miss February 12th, when the Washington Literacy Council hosts the 20th Annual Love Letters for Literacy at the National Museum for Women in the Arts.

Guests will enjoy cocktails, canapés and a silent auction as authors and celebrity readers — to include Margaret Carlson (Contributor to The Atlantic, Columnist for Bloomberg View) and Jim VandeHei (Executive Editor and Co-Founder Politico) — read aloud personal letters of love and other selections.

Why would you want Cupid to shoot you with an arrow when he might instead poke you with a pen? Tickets available here. 

*K Street Magazine is a sponsor of this event.

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  2. I am a Supervisor at the Verizon Center where Gregory Gerald works and he mentioned to me in confident of his problem I have know Greg since he started working at the Verizon Center, he is a very quite and shy person but he do love to tell jokes to the staff. I believe in Greg and he proved to himself that he could be a better person. I have given him inspiration and guidance when neccessary to get him to understand. I am very proud of him and I know his mother is looking down on him with grace.

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