Campbell Library Will Reopen on Tuesday, September 7

Campbell Library Will Reopen on Tuesday, September 7

CAMPBELL (September 2, 2021 / For Immediate Release) – The Campbell branch of The Public Library of Youngstown & Mahoning County will reopen to the public with new hours on Tuesday, September 7. The branch, which was closed for a brief summer hiatus, will be open Monday-Saturday from 9:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m., and is located inside the Campbell Community Literacy Workforce and Cultural Center (CLWCC), 436 Struthers Coitsville Rd. in Lowellville.

“We are excited to announce the Campbell Library’s new hours to better serve our community through in-person services,” said Aimee Fifarek, Library Executive Director and CEO. “Patrons will be able to use the computers, receive help with their homework, browse our shelves, and reconnect face-to-face as a community.”

“We carefully developed the reopening plan with input from our CLWCC partners and Campbell Schools to ensure that our in-person services meet the needs of the community, especially as we approached the beginning of the school year. We want to thank them for their ongoing partnership and collaboration,” said Deborah McCullough, Library Chief Operating Officer.

The Campbell Library has a collection of more than 9,500 items including popular materials, movies, large print, fiction, and nonfiction. The Library offers laptop lending for in-library use, plus copy, fax, and scanning services. The lobby features a vending machine for borrowing materials when the library is closed and a pickup locker so patrons can retrieve materials they have on hold.

Patrons in the library and throughout the CLWCC are encouraged to wear masks or face coverings over the nose and mouth. All library staff is required to wear masks.

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