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Dear Valued Library Patrons,
The Central Mississippi Regional Library System and the Board of Trustees have made the most difficult decision to close our twenty (20) branches in Rankin, Scott, Simpson and Smith Counties and the Headquarters office in Brandon, MS, to the public. With direction from the Mississippi State Department of Health, the Board of Trustees of CMRLS have decided to help stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus in our area, effective Monday, March 16, and until further notice. This closure affects traditional library services, all programs, outreach services, and meeting room reservations made by the library.
We ask for your cooperation and patience during these uncertain times. If you have library materials currently in your possession, please do not return them in our bookdrops. CMRLS will waive any fines or fees associated with this time period. CMRLS will extend all due dates and suspend all notices during this time. CMRLS will not accept any material donations such as books and DVDs. Lastly, while closed, the libraries will be cleaned and sanitized.
- Some thoughts on social distancing March 31, 2020The following is adapted with permission by Sheri Cornett from somethoughtsbysheri.wordpress.comAs we socially distance from each other for the physical well-being of our community,May we remember the importance of meeting together.We are thankful for the tools such as social media and cell phonesThat allow us to communicate with each other when we are not in […]
- Getting Ready for Quarantine March 25, 2020The Coronavirus has been impacting the world since December 2019 with cases climbing on every continent except Antarctica. Some government officials downplay the seriousness of this pandemic by telling us not to panic or that it is not as dangerous as the regular flu which kills thousands of people every year.Whenever I hear something like […]