Okeechobee County Library Director Kresta King spoke last week to the Kiwanis Club of Okeechobee on the additional services the library has provided over the past year since the onset of the Coronavirus pandemic.
King sited working with Families for East Coast Migrant, the Douglas Brown community, food banks and vaccination pods among other things.
King asked the club and others for art supplies to help with future programs and to also defend the need for libraries when asked if they are needed.
The Library was closed to the public for 6 weeks at the beginning of the pandemic but as been operating while using COVID-19 health and safety protocol since then.
You can listen to the entire interview by clicking the link below.