On Tuesday, November 13, the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library held a reception and ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate its newly remodeled and upgraded Internet area.
As Library Director Cameron Duff explains, “With a grant from the Griffith Foundation and a generous donation from Electronic Classroom Furniture System of Story, WY, the Fulmer Library recently upgraded the adult and teen Internet areas – expanding from 22 to 26 workstations. ACT also assisted with the Internet backbone by installing fiber optic service, which will boost our connectivity from 30 to 100 MBPS. The Library Board of Trustees is grateful to all three organizations for their part in making this project such a wonderful success.”
Pictured above, left to right: Chamber Ambassadors Theresa Hamilton and Neel Dhopakar; Randy Burns of ACT; Greg Madison (with scissors) of Electronic Classroom Furniture Systems; Cameron Duff, Library Director; Ambassador Curtiss Johnson; Chase McFaddon, Library Board of Trustees; Ambassador Nancy Herdt.