Thanks to the Vineland Library Foundation, the Vineland Public Library’s Reference Department has a new printer for public use. The printer, valued at $2,475.00, prints professional-quality documents in black & white and color. With more than 2,400 computer users per month, printing is a valuable resource at the library. In December alone, more than 6,100 pages were printed.
The printer is used by library patrons for printing anything from paystubs to packing labels to resumes. Many students use the printer for homework. Print-outs are only 15 cents per page for black and white and 30 cents per page for color.
Vineland Library Foundation, a charitable 501(c), was formed to ensure that Vineland has the public library its community needs and deserves.
All areas of the library are accessible to people with disabilities. Visit vinelandlibrary.org, or call 856-794-4244, to learn more about library displays, services and programs. Regular library hours are Monday-Wednesday (9-7); Thursday (10-7); Friday (10-5); Saturday (10-2); closed Sunday.
Will Fennel, Vineland Public Library Foundation Board Member with new public printer.