June 03, 2020
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Frenchman Bay receives Rudman Grant to expand collection

Community Author: Cynthia Stanley and Christina McGowan, Librarians
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SULLIVAN — The Frenchman’s Bay Library has received a $500 grant from the Rudman Fund of the Maine Community Foundation to expand the early reader program and audio book collection.

The early reader program will provide  children with the opportunity to build and maintain their reading capacity to aide in their success in education, and the audio book expansion will provide enjoyment for our commuters and our elderly and homebound.

Frenchman’s Bay Library was founded in 1948 and exists to serve the readers of the Schoodic Penninsula who seek information and the pleasure that comes from gaining knowledge. As a community and cultural center the library sponsors programs, meetings and historical displays as well as integrating the newer technologies to meet the needs of the patrons.

For information call 422-2307.

The Maine Community Foundation works with donors and other partners to improve the quality of life for all Maine people. To learn more about the foundation, visit www.mainecf.org.

Frenchmans Bay Librarian