New library station celebrated in Luxemburg Friday

In an effort to expand access to Kewaunee County residents and minimize the fees for out-of-county services, a second library station has opened in Luxemburg.  The Kewaunee and Algoma public libraries celebrated the grand opening of the new station at Stodola’s IGA Friday afternoon.  Cathy Kolbeck, director at the Algoma Public Library, says the stations give people added convenience.



Kolbeck also says the library stations also help to reduce the bill the county receives yearly from the Brown County Library for items checked out there by Kewaunee County residents.  Last year Kewaunee County paid over $45,000 for books that were borrowed from Brown County libraries in 2018.


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