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In celebration of National Library Week, April 8 – 12, libraries across the nation are joining together to celebrate the contributions of libraries and librarians, to promote library use, and to illustrate the value of all types of libraries.
This year’s theme, “Libraries = Strong Communities,” exemplifies the strength that libraries have in their communities through education, lifelong learning and a wealth of public services. Libraries have expanded beyond traditional roles and provide more opportunities for community engagement and the delivery of new services that connect closely with their community’s needs. Libraries are at the heart of our towns, cities, schools and campuses and serves as a resource for community members to find what they need to help improve their quality of life.
In support of the annual event, the Circuit Court for Prince George’s County Law Library is collecting new and gently used children and young adult books. Donations will benefit the Langley Park Community Center, an organization in Prince George’s County which fosters the needs of citizens and provides the highest standard of excellence and care for the community.
The drop-off location is at 14735 Main Street, Law Library (Room M1400), Monday – Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Thank you for your support!