How Libraries Have Been Making A Difference

How Libraries Have Been Making A Difference
Published 07 Jul 2022

Florence has been a member of the library for more than 50 years. Living within walking distance of Lisnaskea Library, Florence considers the library as her second home calling in most days to participate in activities, sit and read the newspapers or simply for a chat with the staff who know her so well.

Florence recently spoke to us about her time in the library and how she first got introduced to books and reading.

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