Levy Helps Library to Stay Relevant in Today's World - 6:22
Sarah Palfrey
Posted Nov 03, 2017
In its first full year, the levy passed by voters in Morgantown brings about the relevancy of brick and mortar libraries, why they are still needed, and what they offer from computer needs to their role in creating a community, and some cool programs that fit right into the digital age. Host Eric Minor talks to Sarah Palfrey, Director, Morgantown Public Library. www.morgantown.lib.wv.us
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