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Technology for nonprofits now available at Polk library

Published 6:46pm Wednesday, October 3, 2012

The Polk County Public Library now offers new resources for nonprofit organizations.
With the help of funding from the Polk County Community Foundation, the library has been able to purchase an additional laptop and PowerPoint projector. Two laptops and three PowerPoint projectors are now available for checkout by nonprofit organizations. Both laptops are Windows PCs with DVD drives. A screen can also be checked out for use with the projectors.
“We hope that these tools will be much used by organizations in the community,” said library director Cindy Nanney. “They are a valuable asset for meetings or training sessions. “
For more information about these resources and the many other benefits the Polk County Library can offer your organization, or if you wish to reserve a laptop or projector for your next meeting, call the library at 828-894-8721 or visit
– article submitted
by Cindy Nanney

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