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).

A local Census worker completes mandatory job training at the library.

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.

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