Libraries as Community Lynchpins

April 4th, 2014 by Beth-Ann Ryan

In communities throughout Delaware, libraries are informational resource centers and gathering places, bringing people and organizations together. The Milton Library is helping to revitalize the downtown area, attracting large and diverse numbers of its neighbors with new programming and newly designed services.

Connect with us:

Twitter icon Facebook icon Pinterest icon Flickr icon YouTube icon

Bookmark and Share

5 Responses to “Libraries as Community Lynchpins”

  1. Ismail N says:

    I really love this library. It’s really a part of the community, the heart of the community – not just a place that keeps books.

  2. Dorene Kirkingburg says:

    I agree wholeheartedly, the local library has always been on my list of “tourist” stops whereever I go. You can tell a lot about a community and the value they place on building up the library so it can, in return, build up the community.

  3. Jeffrey Kantor says:

    This is such an important topic, and the library is such a wonderful community resource. Congratulations on all of your hard work. Glad to see that it is paying off.

  4. Harper Chase says:

    I agree wholeheartedly as well. I like to frequent libraries as well when I am traveling.

  5. Darrell James says:

    Congratulations to everyone involved, keep up the good work!