Small libraries in New Mexico's remote towns and villages are now becoming true community service centers. In addition to lending books, several are providing computers, Wi-Fi access, and a landline phone for their far-flung patrons. Libraries in Vallecitos, El Rito, Embudo, Talpa, Abiquiu, Magdalena, and many more hope our Legislature will establish a modest endowment to help these now-lively community centers stay alive and improve their service to rural families across the state. A recent front-page feature by Megan Bennett in the Albuquerque Journal North tells more, including support from State Senator Jerry Ortiz y Pino.
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