Lancaster County Speakers Bureau presents donation to Public Libraries of Lancaster County

The Lancaster County Speakers Bureau made a generous donation of $2,500 to the Public Libraries of Lancaster County.  Dennis E. Mohler, President; J. Calvin Wenger and Dale G. Williams represented the Speakers Bureau as they presented the check at the Library Directors’ Council November meeting.  The funds will benefit the public libraries of Lancaster County.  “We are grateful for the contribution of the Lancaster County Speakers Bureau to the public libraries of Lancaster County and the cultural wealth of our community.”,  stated Deb Drury, Director of the Elizabethtown Public Library, who spoke on behalf of the Library Directors.

Speakers Bureau
The Lancaster County Speakers Bureau is operated as a service to the local community by making talented speakers available to civic business, social, church, educational and other community organizations, thereby serving residents of Lancaster County.  Their speakers present a variety of interesting and informative programs.  The Speakers Bureau accepts honorariums for speaking.  A portion of the monies are donated.

About the Library System of Lancaster County
The Library System of Lancaster County is a federated system with 14 member libraries, three branches and a bookmobile, which serves 519,462 residents. Established in April 1987, the Library System provides well-coordinated countywide services and cooperative programs to assist member libraries in meeting the diverse needs of its community residents.  The mission of the Library System of Lancaster County is to bring together all 14 member public libraries to plan and create a cost-effective network of technology, facilities and resources to meet the informational, educational and recreational needs of all residents of Lancaster County.  The Library System ensures that a network of support services is provided to all public libraries in the county.

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