Pacific Power awards $3,000 to county library program

@Photo credit:Submitted photo/Seaside Signal
@Photo caption:Nettie-Lee Calog, Manager, Hammond Library; Jane Tucker, Director, Astoria Public Library; Esther Moberg Director, Seaside Public Library; Alisa Dunlap Pacific Power Regional Business Manager, Suzanne Harold, ROCC outreach contractor; and Marian Rose, Seaside.Public Library Youth Services Librarian.

Pacific Power foundation has awarded $3,000 to the Libraries ROCC, Reading Outreach in Clatsop County program for 2016. This program provides outreach services to all youth in Clatsop County that are not served by a public library. Through collaborative work done by the three public libraries and five school districts in Clatsop County, Libraries ROCC helps support the work of schools and teachers through three main goals: a library card in the hands of every child to age 19, countywide summer reading program, and courier services to help children return library materials. Businesses, civic groups, and individuals are also invited to become part of the literacy team at the Little Libraries auction on Feb. 11.

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