Last year, Central Rappahannock Regional Library Director Martha Hutzel spoke before Westmoreland County’s Board of Supervisors, going into detail on how the role of library networks like Central Rappahannock Regional Library had recently changed. In the year since, CRRL has not just been surviving, but thriving. In her presentation before the Board last month, Hutzel laid out how much had changed for the better, and how big of an impact the libraries had had on the local populace.
The chief goal of the CRRL, like any library, lies with the promotion of literacy and fostering a love of reading. To that end, Hutzel laid out the array of programs employed by the library over the last year, ranging from Grow a Reader Early Literacy and participation in Read Across America Day to Classroom Carryout and summer reading, the lattermost of which over eight thousand people of all ages signed up for in last year alone.
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