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Your voice matters: shape the future of your library’s programs


Libraries have always been the heart of the community, offering a diverse range of programs serving the needs and interests of their customers. While libraries strive to provide the best possible experiences, library customers can actively participate in shaping the future of these programs. Your feedback is invaluable in guaranteeing that libraries continue to be vibrant and relevant community hubs.

Cumberland County Public Library, a beloved hub of learning, leisure and cultural enrichment, has long been an integral part of the community. With its diverse array of programs and events, the library seeks to cater to the tastes and preferences of its customers. However, to ensure that it continues to meet the community’s evolving needs and interests, we need your input.

Your input matters more than you might think. Your voice can help tailor programs that align with your passions and enhance events, ensuring that our programs remain engaging and relevant. You have a direct say in the library’s future offerings.

Participating in the survey is easy and can be done from the comfort of your own home or in one of our library locations. You can fill out the survey online at https://bit.ly/3Q2HMge or in person at any of our library locations. Just ask a staff member for the programming survey.

The survey is open to all community members, and it only takes a few minutes to complete. Your participation will help ensure that the library remains a vibrant and dynamic part of our community. Don’t miss this opportunity to have a say in the future of Cumberland County Public Library and be a part of the exciting journey to enhance our library’s programs and events.

Your voice matters and together we can build a library that truly reflects the needs and desires of our community. Thank you for being an essential part of our library’s journey!

For more information about this or any other library program, please call (910) 483-7727, stop in at any of our eight locations or visit cumberlandcountync.gov/library.

Carla Brooks is the division manager for programs for the Cumberland County Public Library.

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