The Fulton County Public Library has received a grant in the amount of
$26,050 to enhance the library patron experience and better serve the community, including underserved populations.
“Due to COVID, the library has had to adapt and rethink how we serve the public,”
Andrea Stineback, Library Director, said. “The Pandemic brought to light many patron service areas that the library could create or expand upon. This grant opportunity will allow us to improve our services inside the library, outside the building, and even in patrons’ own homes.”
Internet hotspots, Chromebooks, non-fabric furniture, and a self-checkout kiosk for the Rochester Branch are some of the items included in the grant.
This project is supported by the Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the American Rescue Plan Act, administered by the Indiana State Library.