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An Exciting Summer Ahead for Our Local Libraries

Story By: Lauren Artino

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 5/20/2014

E-Books and a busy summer program were two of the topics discussed at the Mansfield- Richland County Public Library meeting. A busy, fun and always educational summer is ahead for our Public Libraries here in Mansfield.

At the monthly board meeting Tuesday afternoon, trustees discussed and voted on a few important issues. They voted on and approved changes for this year's budget, as well as approving a preliminary budget for next year.

An interesting program the board discussed, was the addition of E-Books through a partnership with Barnes & Noble. The books and the science- based summer library program will keep our local libraries busy for the next few months. The next E-Book instructional meeting will be at the Ontario Branch on Thursday, June 12th at 7pm. For more information e-books & the regarding summer reading program, visit your local public library or online at www.mrcpl.org

   
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