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How is your library helping you in these tough economic times? Tell us your story.
The library continues to be a safe, healthy place to learn and grow. Children who are taught to read and research make better choices as adults during difficult economy times and changing social economics. In this economy, I have adjusted my living and spending budget, however the bigger loss I see is to the families that will be impacted by the loss of library funding. At my library, I was able to access online the listing for my long time home which I had to put up for sale due to a mistake in mortgage paperwork. Without the library I would have had no way to see what the realtor did and to choose an honest realtor before losing my home. Because of library resources, I also found a new career and studied and passed the state exam all by using the Evesham Library. - Britlyne, Evesham