and engaging community.
evolving and accessible technologies, programming, services, and collections
that are as diverse and intergenerational as the people of Lenoir, Jones, and
services for all community members in a safe and inclusive environment.
to the nature and diverse interests of the Library’s service population.
offers opportunities for new perspectives and experiences.
STEM education, early literacy, increased access to technology, and
enrichment activities to identified communities with one or more
barriers to access.
that have been consistently overlooked and underserved to vital
services that assist with employment, mental health, housing, and/or
awareness of conventional and non-conventional library services and
sharing successes through multiple platforms.
and address community needs.
and professional organizations.
foster academic achievement.
summer food service initiative to ensure that youth continue to have
access to nutritious food.
collecting and curating primary sources from the community.
contributions of library volunteers.
enhancing the Library’s network infrastructure.
and provide applicable staff with additional network training.
environmental sustainability in the community through partnerships with
serve the region with the support of community volunteers.
engage Spanish-speaking community members.
programming at every library.
literacy for patrons of all ages, including both traditional and non-traditional forms of
literacy, in turn strengthening the quality of life in our communities.
that supports a sustainable future.
preserves a safe and supportive environment.
equity, diversity, and inclusion.
staff to 20 hours and professional staff to 40 hours.
library profession through a teen volunteer program and paid
funding and seek alternative funding sources.