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Neon library gets new computers








Members of the Letcher County Public Library District Board celebrated the opening of a new computer station at the Fleming-Neon Public Library on Oct. 18. Ten Dell computers, software, furniture and charging stations were purchased with a $30,000 grant from the Steele-Reese Foundation. Pictured at a ribbon-cutting ceremony for a new computer station at the Fleming-Neon Library are past and present members of the Letcher County Public Library District Board Jeanette Ladd, Richard Smith, Margaret Lewis, Mahala Frazier, Emma Amburgey, Judy Owens with the Steele-Reese Foundation, Jo Combs, Eileen Sanders and Carl Banks.

Members of the Letcher County Public Library District Board celebrated the opening of a new computer station at the Fleming-Neon Public Library on Oct. 18. Ten Dell computers, software, furniture and charging stations were purchased with a $30,000 grant from the Steele-Reese Foundation. Pictured at a ribbon-cutting ceremony for a new computer station at the Fleming-Neon Library are past and present members of the Letcher County Public Library District Board Jeanette Ladd, Richard Smith, Margaret Lewis, Mahala Frazier, Emma Amburgey, Judy Owens with the Steele-Reese Foundation, Jo Combs, Eileen Sanders and Carl Banks.

Hunter Brashear, 12, of Hemphill, is pictured using one of 10 new Dell computers at the Fleming-Neon Public Library. The computers were recently purchased with a grant from the Steele-Reese Foundation.

Hunter Brashear, 12, of Hemphill, is pictured using one of 10 new Dell computers at the Fleming-Neon Public Library. The computers were recently purchased with a grant from the Steele-Reese Foundation.

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