Library’s new grant-funded PCs fill a gap for area residents in providing Internet and printing access.
Need to hop on a computer for awhile? Library staff may need to stay 6 feet away, but we can still offer a reliable Internet connection and a printer. Just be sure to bring your mask and a photo ID to the desk to get started. (Note: Sessions are currently limited to 4 hours per day.)
Since the library’s reopening in mid May, local patrons have been using the library’s brand new grant-funded PCs to connect and take care of business, including printing resumes, applying for jobs, and completing required online job training (as pictured).
The library’s 13 brand new PCs–7 available for public Internet access–were made possible in part by a Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) Grant distributed by the Institute of Museum and Library Services, through the Missouri State Library.