Monday, March 3, 2014

Crozer Library

Crozer library will close its doors on Sundays and Mondays due to lack of funding from the City of Chester. Patrons of the library will have less visiting hours. The library is involved in a lot of good for the community. Last spring LaTanya Bruno, Director of the library, visited Chester High School for a dictionary drive. Students volunteered to label and pack boxes of dictionaries to be donated to area schools. A few years ago, they allowed homebound instruction which instructors could utilize as a safe zone and to access books and computers for students. Crozer Library had many programs over the years and a lot of them were posted on this blog through press releases. 
Here is a list of programs Crozer Library hosted over the years:

Baby Shower for new and expectant parents
Medicare updates for seniors
50th Anniversary of the March on Washington
Black History Program
Art Auction Fundraiser
Book Bingo
Free Summer Programs
Chester Children's Art Fair
Education Programs
Indoor Walking Club
Special Story time
Book and Bake Sale
Programs for Teens (youth empowerment)
Dollar Diva (cooking)

Hope that the library gets the funding needed to be up and running at full capacity soon.

To read about the library closure Click Here 
“What Crozer Library Means to Me” is on the website Click Here

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