JOIN US SATURDAY MAY 4, 2024, 10am-2pm in BEAUTIFUL DOWNTOWN SILVER CITY for this event, connecting donors to their favorite causes focused in serving communities in Catron, Grant, Hidalgo, and Luna Counties!

You can also choose to donate online between April 20 12am until May 20 11:59pm!

Join us in person on Saturday, May 4, 2024, from 10am-2pm. Or donate online early starting April 20 at 12am. Donations will remain open until May 20 11:59pm!

BRING THE FAMILY APRIL 20-10am-2pm for LOVE YOUR LIBRARY DAY! 515 W. College Ave.

Save the Date! Saturday, April 20, 2024 for LOVE YOUR LIBRARY DAY! 10am-2pm at the Silver City Public Library we will have free books, crafts, snacks, face painting, door prizes, robot building, and more! Free for everyone!

Rose Le Receives Outstanding Student Award and is Recognized at the Round House and Senate during Adult Education and Literacy Day, February 13, 2024!

SILVER CITY, NM—Two Western New Mexico University students will be honored as “Outstanding Students of the Year” during the New Mexico legislative session. Rose Le and Antonio Jimenez have been invited to a press conference for Adult Education and Literacy Day in conjunction with Higher Education Day. Both students are enrolled in the Adult Education Program at WNMU and Le has also studied with Literacy Link – Leamos, which nominated her for the honor. Jimenez was nominated by WNMU.

Le is originally from Vietnam and has been working on her English language skills with tutors Kristina Kenegos and Jay Devyldere. She is now studying toward her high school equivalency at WNMU. Kenegos said, “Rose appreciates learning and is an inspiration in her ability to handle a full-time job, raise a daughter and work toward a higher level of study at the same time.”

Le credits her tutors for her achievement. “I couldn’t achieve the Outstanding Student [award] without them,” she said, adding, “I’m so excited for the trip to the Round House.”

Jimenez has been tutored by Yarrow Mead, who nominated him for the award. According to Mead, “Antonio is a hardworking student who works several jobs to support his mom, who was recently in a very serious car accident. He has always been a really pleasant addition to class, as he is nice to everyone.”

Jimenez said he was surprised to learn he was getting the award, and feels it is an affirmation of his educational path. “It helps give me the motivation to continue my education and be a better person,” he said, “It is very rewarding to get recognition for the hard work I have been putting in to accomplish my goals.” Jimenez said he would not be receiving the award if not for the tutors in the WNMU Adult Education program. “It’s is great to have a supportive staff to help and motivate me to achieve my goals,” he said.

The Outstanding Students of the Year will be announced at a press conference to be held 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM on Tuesday, February 13 at the Roundhouse Rotunda. After the conference Le and Jimenez will have an opportunity to visit the House and Senate galleries, where their accomplishments will be recognized by the Legislature.

Save the Date- December 20th 2023

3:30-5:30 at The Silver City Public Library

Volunteers and Learners Appreciation Celebration!

All are welcome, hope to see you then!

Adult Education Conference September 27th 2023

Colton Bjerke, Manager Adult Education Services WNMU and Kim Godfrey, Program Director at Literacy Link-Leamos attending this year’s Conference of New Mexico Higher Education, New Mexico Adult Education Association, and New Mexico Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages.

Literacy Link-Leamos enjoys participating in this community fundraising event every year!

Main Street Plaza
Silver City, NM

Stop by our booth to get information, meet our team or give a donation! Visit for more info.

Literacy Link-Leamos will be participating in Jump Into Summer Health Fair 2022!

June 18, 2022
11 am-3pm

Gough Park
Silver City, NM