Lancaster Community Library ‘resets’ to provide services safely

Since March 16 when the facility closed, the Lancaster Community Library has done a ‘reset’ to continue to provide library services to the community safely during the COVID-19 pandemic.   

“We are grateful to the Jessie Ball duPont Fund for its support of the Lancaster Community Library’s library services during the COVID-19 closure,” said director Alice Cooper. “VCB has also assisted in ensuring the continuation of library services by sponsoring our Paycheck Protection Program from the Small Business Administration.”

Patrons can find out about what’s going on with the library via the Rappahannock Record; local radio stations; Facebook (@lancastercommunitylibrary); Instagram (@lancasterlibrary); and lancasterlibrary.org. By “liking” the Lancaster Community Library on Facebook, patrons can see videos and other news of the library, as well as see community announcements and learn about the free…

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