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Interactive Library Programs Help Attract and Retain Health Care Workers With Families

Overview:

Newcomers to town with young families can join interactive library services and programs and feel welcomed to the community.

Interactive Library Programs Help Attract and Retain Health Care Workers With Families

We also have an excellent library here. We’ve [got] great interaction stuff going on, programs and we’ve got a little thing called, Mother Goose, so people would have new children, when you come to town, you don’t always know people, well people with children only associate with people with children. Because if they see you have children, they don’t invite you. So, they go there and all the mothers get there and they do sing-along, they supply little foods and everything like that, so there’s more and more, so all of a sudden it brings them as a welcoming into the community, you know, and that, and, did you know this was going on and so, and, and that’s excellent thing like that. So, our library is a very good thing.

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Victor Smith

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