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Delta Zeta “Turtle Tug” benefits the LCCLL

November 16, 2009

The Sisters of Delta Zeta and staff from the Longwood Center for Communication, Literacy, and Learning Left to right, seated: Delta Zeta Sisters Kaitlyn Portlock, Lauren Fender, Kathleen Maxey, and Meagan Hudson. Left to right, standing: Shirley Lee, director of tutoring; Gayle Daly, speech-language pathologist and clinical director for the Communication Sciences and Disorders program; and Dr. Lissa Power de-Fur, speech-language pathologist and director of the LCCLL.
The Sisters of Delta Zeta recently donated $855 to the Longwood Center for Communication, Literacy, and Learning. The funds were raised during Delta Zeta's annual "Turtle Tug" tug-of-war contest. Located in Farmville at Third and Main streets on the third floor above the Daily Grind, the LCCLL is an interdisciplinary center that offers speech and language services, tutoring, and classes in parenting skills.