Library Journal Announces the Jerry Kline Community Impact Prize

LJ has launched a new award to promote community advancement through public libraries, the Jerry Kline Community Impact Prize. Developed in partnership with the Gerald M. Kline Family Foundation, this award was created to recognize the public library as a community asset. One winning library will receive $250,000 from the Gerald M. Kline Family Foundation and will be showcased in LJ’s November 2019 issue and online.

LJ has launched a new $250,000 award to one U.S. public library that best promotes community advancement, the Jerry Kline Community Impact Prize.

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