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Whitman County Rural Library District was selected to receive three grants totaling $6,500 to advance digital equity, provide outreach opportunities, and supply personal protective equipment.
Provided by the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, the funding will be used to:
- Provide 400 Youth Activity Bags & New Books
- Purchase Washer/Dryer & Cleaning Materials for Sanitizing
- Offer Wireless Hotspots for WCL Locations
“The communities we serve will benefit immensely from this funding, and we look forward to implementing new programs and expanding resources to support digital equity, supplies and services for all our patrons,” said Miller, WCL Associate Director and Youth Manager.
|One of the hundreds of youth activity bags that library staff has been busy assembling|