Eastville Library Receives Grant for Modern Improvements


Eastville’s library has received a significant grant that will enable it to expand its services and better serve the community.

The grant, which was awarded by a regional foundation, will provide the library with $50,000 over the next year to fund a variety of projects and initiatives. Some of the planned projects include expanding the library’s digital resources, developing new programs for children and teens, and purchasing new equipment and technology.

“We are thrilled to have received this grant, which will allow us to do so much more for the people of Eastville,” said library director, Jane Reynolds. “We are committed to providing the best possible resources and services to our community, and this grant will help us achieve that goal.”

The library is already planning a number of new initiatives that will be made possible by the grant. This includes the creation of a new digital learning center, which will provide free access to computers, software, and other tools for individuals and groups looking to improve their digital skills.

Additionally, the library is planning to expand its collection of digital resources, including e-books, audiobooks, and streaming video services. This will allow patrons to access a wider range of materials from the comfort of their own homes.

“We believe that access to information and technology is critical for the success of our community,” said Reynolds. “This grant will allow us to provide those resources to a wider range of people, and we are excited about the possibilities that it presents.”

The library is currently in the process of finalizing plans for its new initiatives and will be announcing more details in the coming weeks.