Weyerhaeuser helps young minds with donation to Lincoln Public
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[April 04, 2007]
Through a generous donation from
Weyerhaeuser Company Foundation, the Lincoln Public Library
District is excited to announce a new high-speed, multimedia
computer available for use in the Youth Services Department.
Christened "Weyerhaeuser Literature Connection," the station is
designed for youth ages 8-15 who are able to read well and negotiate
software directions independently.
The station is loaded with literature-based software. Some of the
available programs will be "Harry Potter," "Charlie and the
Chocolate Factory," "I Spy" and "Nancy Drew." All software will be
related to printed material to give it a literature connection.
Youth may use the new station on the usual library sign-up and
policy basis whenever the library is open for business. Since the
computer is not connected to the Internet, a parental permission
card is not needed to use this computer.
For more information, please call the
Library District, Youth Services Department, at 732-5732.
[Text from news release received]