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On Monday (Aug. 30) several members of the Taos Milagro Rotary and a handful of Taos High students involved in the Interact program met at a local Rotarian's home to fill 284 backpacks with essential school supplies, clothing, and personal hygiene and grooming products.

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TODAY > The UNM-Taos college library provides the services and resources needed for student success, as well as to be available for the community's needs. But the staff is also champions of literacy in general. This is why they strive to provide community programming, in addition to academic tools like research databases and relevant print materials.

Despite the pandemic, the college library staff were determined to carry on their traditional outreach efforts around the literary program known as Día de los Niños/Día de los Libros (Children's Day/Book Day), or commonly known as Dia. According to their website (, "Día is a nationally recognized initiative that emphasizes the importance of literacy for all children from all backgrounds."

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Can you believe that summer is almost here? This year thankfully, families will be swimming, hiking and playing at the park. And one of Twirl's favorite summer activities is back -- the Summer Reading Program with Taos County public libraries!

This summer, Twirl will team up with libraries to bring a fun interactive storytelling experience to children's library summer-reading programs across Northern New Mexico.

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Taos Pueblo Day School students line up to embrace Taos Milagro Rotary member Lucille Gallegos-Jaramillo on May 16 after the club's meeting at…

Society has created many competing distractions when it comes to literacy and to education on the whole. As a result, we do not reinforce reading among children or adults for the most part. Books …