Your local library is a unique place where young children learn and grow. Youngsters learn valuable literacy and social skills while their parents gain a trusted ally and resource in guiding their kids to a successful future - Kristie Kirkpatrick, Whitman County Library Director.
After attending the library's software coding camps in LaCrosse, a 6th grade girl dreams of attending college to become a computer programmer - her survey response.
I've seen people applying for Social Security, emailing loved ones, looking for jobs and taking classes in my library. I am so impressed, I now give regularly to my local library - Endicott resident
Today alone, we saved local residents $10,000 in their medical costs. Thank you for allowing us to provide Medicare part D assistance in your libraries. - Dan and Joyce Leonard, Colton
An elderly man and his wife attend support programs at the library. She suffers from dementia and he is her main care provider. Leaving the building the husband comments, "I had nowhere to turn. Thank you for providing this outlet for us."
You can tell a lot about a town by the quality of its library. Your library speaks very well of your community - Visitor from Granada Hills, CA.
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