The Princeton Public Library has a new projector in their meeting room, thanks to a donation from the Friends of the Library. This offers crisper images that improve the quality of films and presentations and replaces equipment that was eight years old.
The projector is used regularly by the library to show Monday Night Movies and to present PowerPoint slides and other content during programmed events. It is also available to be used by community groups, such as Friends in Council and the Bureau County Retired Teachers Association, who regularly use a projector for their meetings.
“This is just the latest example of how the hard work and commitment of our Friends organization benefits the library,” PPL Director Julie Wayland said. “We are here to respond to the needs of the community and donations from the book sale make it possible to do so.”