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Money from Berlin flows into Nandlstädter library: financial injection by step into the digital


Happy faces can be found in Nandlstadt these days: there, the St. Martin library has now received funding from Berlin.

Happy faces can be found in Nandlstadt these days: there, the St. Martin library has now received funding from Berlin.


- Blessing of money from Berlin for the St. Martin Library Nandlstadt: As part of the “Neustart Kultur” funding program, the community, the library team and the bookworms of the market can look forward to almost 5,000 euros, which the federal government will give to reset and virtual realignment of the library after the corona pandemic. CSU member of the Bundestag Erich Irlstorfer, who had made the funds loose from residual funds, referred to the national educational mandate that the federal government has to fulfill.

"The money arrives where it belongs," assured Irlstorfer at the press conference.

Because: “The money has to go to the municipalities”, therefore to where reading, language and writing skills are taught.

Kristine Erlbeck from the library team explained that the grant would be used to digitize the library and to set up an up-to-date website.

"Appreciation for the community, the people and the library"

Keyword digital library: The community has already given the promise to “dare to take the online step into the future”.

Mayor Gerhard Betz and his two deputies Rainer Klier and Michael Schranner were also delighted that 4965 euros flowed from Berlin into the Hallertau.

Pastor Stephan Rauscher described the grant and what is planned with the money as “an upgrade for the community, for the people and for the library”.

Above all, however, the promotion is also "recognition, appreciation and appreciation" of the commitment and commitment of the volunteer library team.

“I was particularly pleased,” said the pastor.

The 14-person team, which regularly opens the doors of the library with its more than 5300 media, has done more than 1,600 hours on a voluntary basis in the past year, emphasized head Christine Dasch.

The facility is open on Tuesdays from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., Wednesdays from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. and Fridays from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.

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Source: merkur

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