A not for profit organization helping more than 200 adults brush up on their literacy skills has moved and expanded its facility in Craven County.
A handful of state and local representatives were on hand to cut the ribbon on the Craven Literacy Center's new facility Thursday. It now contains three tutoring rooms, a volunteer training room, and a computer lab. They used to only have two rooms altogether.
IBM provided a $10,000 software grant for the computer lab.
Volunteers also help with english as a second language.
The facility serves adults in Craven , Pamlico, and Jones counties.