The pandemic forced nearly all the public libraries in the country to shut down at least temporarily.
Many have of course reopened.
In Centre County libraries are receiving a boost in helping some patrons better see the reading materials.
Gary Sinderson explains.
Even before covid, in recent years libraries becoming more than just a collection of books and journals they’re also community centers. The pandemic impact hard hitting
The North Central Sight Services Organization is donating desktop and handheld video magnifiers $10 thousand dollars worth of equipment to the Centre County Library system. Think of them as hi tech magnifying glasses
Plans are to distribute magnifiers with libraries throughout Centre County and elsewhere. Helping libraries like many aspects of our society re-establish their roles and operations