EAU CLAIRE, Wis. – The RCU Foundation donated $200,000 to the Mondovi Public Library to assist construct a brand new library adjoining to its present constructing.
The new constructing will greater than double the sq. footage, with devoted areas for youngsters, teenagers and adults, in keeping with a library information launch. The additional house will present further laptop entry stations, seating, examine areas and personal areas for conferences and organizations that don’t have any different place to satisfy locally.
“We envision the new library as a community hub and an elevation to our whole way of life, and we are extremely grateful to the RCU Foundation for helping us make this happen,” mentioned Laura Toone, the library’s interim director.
John Sackett, president of the board of the Eau Claire-based RCU Foundation, mentioned, “Many libraries in small towns are much more than a place to get a book.”
The basis selected to donate to the library “because their community focus so closely aligns with our goal to make a positive impact,” Sackett mentioned.
Construction is anticipated to start subsequent yr, and new library is scheduled to open in 2024.
The RCU Foundation was established in 2012 to help organizations and initiatives in communities the place the Royal Credit Union operates in western Wisconsin and japanese Minnesota.
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