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As some of you may know, the library has gone through a few changes throughout the past few months.
In June, we were lucky enough to have been given $9,000 through the 'Remote Work Through Libraries' grant from the Maine State Library and the Maine Department of Economic and Community Development. We asked for these funds to help upgrade our technology, such as our public computers and our printer. We also used the funding to help create a specific area in the library for remote workers, students, and any other patrons who may need access to a computer or printer. We created a space with comfort and privacy in mind, while also being suitable for group work. All of the public computers are connected to our new printer/copier/scanner, which is located next to the front desk. There is also space for patrons who wish to bring in their own laptops or tablets. We also provide privacy panels which can be placed in between computers if you wish to have more privacy while you do your work. The computer tables are within reach of nearby wall outlets and our new tables also have two USB outlets each, which can be used to charge smartphones, tablets, laptops, etc. Although we are not completely done with the project yet, we are so excited to share our new set-up with our community!
We are so grateful for the Maine State Library and the Maine Department of Economic and Community Development for giving us the opportunity to upgrade our technology for our patrons. We would also like to thank everyone who has helped us to create and set up our new computer station. Lastly, to our community members, we thank you so much for being patient with us throughout these past few months. We have been reorganizing and reconfiguring the format of the library for this project and we hope you all like the finished product!
Please feel free to contact Lauren at the library at (207) 543-9395 if you have any questions or come try the new technology out for yourself! We'd be happy to help you to become familiar with how the new computers and printer work!
The Long Lake Public Library opened its doors in July of 2007. It was born of concerns to meet the needs of the youngest to the most elderly. It is a recognized 501 (c) (3) non-profit entity, duly incorporated with the State of Maine; its mission is to provide quality materials and services which fulfill educational, informational, and cultural needs in a respectful and non-discriminatory manner.
The library serves the surrounding communities. It makes available services that locate information, guide reading. organize and interpret material for people of all ages, gender, and background. The library collaborates with the local historical society by providing access to its genealogical and historical collections on a year-round basis.
We provide regular reading programs, have guest lecturers, and work in collaboration with area organizations/schools to provide services for the community.
The library depends entirely on financial and memorial donations, as well as volunteer help. All financial donations are tax deductible.
Lauren Paradis, President
Denise Ouellette, Vice-President
Rachel Lapointe, Treasurer
Anne Chamberland, Secretary