Reading Legacies News and Updates
Reading Legacies President Betty Mohlenbrock Nominated for San Diego Magazine 2016 Woman of the Year
Reading Legacies President Betty Mohlenbrock has been selected as a qualified nominee for San Diego Magazine’s 2016 Woman of the Year.
We are happy to announce that we are starting our Re-entry Program (six-session program) at Las Colinas Detention and Reentry Facility.
Congressional Medal of Honor Awarded to our Founder and her first organization – United Through Reading
The Congressional Medal of Honor Society announced its 2016 Citizen Honors Award winners. Five awardees were selected for their acts of courage or selfless service, including The Congressional Medal of Honor Society Community Service Hero Award to United Through Reading (UTR) based in San Diego.
Family Connections Program – East Mesa Reentry Facility February 2, 2016 – Our participants receiving a certificate of recognition for their commitment to our Extended
Reading Legacies Volunteer leads program at Correctional Corporation of America facility by border in San Diego County
Judy Yates is a survivor. After coming through both a cancer diagnosis and the death of her husband within a year, Yates was determined to give back