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SECRETARY OF STATE JESSE WHITE'S OFFICE IS ANNOUNCING SIX MILLION DOLLARS IN GRANTS TO LIBRARIES TRYING TO COPE DURING THE PANDEMIC. 

 

THE GRANTS ARE GOING TO 211 SCHOOL, ACADEMIC AND PUBLIC LIBRARIES TO HELP PROVIDE ESSENTIAL SERVICES SAYS SECRETARY OF STATE SPOKESPERSON HENRY HAUPT. THERE ARE THREE TYPES OF GRANTS BEING AWARDED.

 

 

THE SECOND GRANT FOCUSES ON LIBRARIES OFFERING MORE DIGITAL SERVICES AND THE THIRD HELPS LIBRARIES RESTORE THE ABILITY TO OFFER CLEAN AND SAFE SPACES WHILE PREVENTING THE SPREAD OF COVID-19.

 

 

THE GRANTS ARE FUNDED BY STATE AND FEDERAL SOURCES INCLUDING THE AMERCIAN RESCUE PLAN.

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