Library extends hours, hires assistant with help of grant
January 20, 2022
Patrons of the Irene Ingle Public Library will now have more time to peruse the aisles, take advantage of the free Wi-Fi and checkout their favorite books.
Thanks to a grant through the American Rescue Plan Act, last year's federal pandemic aid spending bill, the library is extending its hours to six days a week. The funds have also made it possible to hire a third person to help with the pages of responsibilities.
Library Director Margaret Villarma said the $14,040 grant is through the Institute of Museum and Library Services and was secured with the help of the Wrangell Cooperative Associ...
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