Libraries in Midland, Ector counties to receive share of $1.133M state grant
The Texas State Library and Archives Commission (TSLAC) awarded grants of $1.133 million to 24 Texas libraries, including those in Midland and Ector counties.
The grant funding will support a wide range of library programs statewide, including technology developments, bookmobiles and courier services, career support and tools for promoting tech literacy.
The majority of grant funding comes from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) in Washington, DC.
“The agency applauds the important and innovative work of Texas libraries, and we are glad to partner with public libraries and institutions of higher education throughout the state as they serve the unique needs of their communities,” said TSLAC Director and Librarian Gloria Meraz. “These funds allow Texas libraries to respond to critical local needs with outstanding programs, services, educational support and technology services.”
Allen Public Library
Benbrook Public Library
Castroville Public Library
Celina Public Library
Corpus Christi Public Libraries
Dallas Public Library
Dickinson Public Library
Ector County Library
Ennis Public Library
Fort Worth Public Library
Grapevine Public Library
Judy B McDonald Public Library
Lancaster Veterans Memorial Library
Mammen Family Public Library
Midland County Public Libraries
Partners Library Action Network
Patrick Heath Public Library
Roanoke Public Library
Southern Methodist University
Texas A&M University Corpus Christi
The University of North Texas
Tom Green County Library System
Tye Preston Memorial Library
Victoria Public Library
More information can be found at www.tsl.texas.gov/grants.