Library Grant Awards

  • Massanutten Regional Library (August 2014)
  • Suffolk Public Library (August 2014)
  • Gloucester County Public Library (December 2013)
  • Hampton Public Library (December 2013)
  • Mary Riley Styles Public Library (December 2013)
  • Portsmouth Public Library (December 2013)
  • Richmond County Public Library (December 2013)
  • Suffolk Public Library (December 2013)
  • Blue Ridge Regional Library (July 2013)
  • Buchanan County Public Library (July 2013)
  • Halifax County Cancer Association (July 2013)
  • Meherrin Regional Library System (July 2013)
  • Nottoway County Public Library System (July 2013)
  • Southside Regional Library System (July 2013)
  • Washington County Public Library System (July 2013)
  • Lonesome Pine Regional Library (December 2012)   
  • Massanutten Regional Library (December 2012)     
  • Pittsylvania County Public Library (December 2012)  
  • Poquoson Public Library (December 2012)      
  • Samuels Public Library (July 2012)
  • Montgomery-Floyd Regional Library (July 2012)  
  • Central Rappahannock Regional Library (July 2012)
  • Campbell County Regional Library (July 2012)  
  • Portsmouth Public Library (July 2012)
  • Russell County Public Library (July 2012)  
  • Clifton Forge Public Library (July 2012)  
  • Cumberland County Public Library (December 2011)
  • FranklinCounty Public Library (December 2011)  
  • Southside Regional Library System (December 2011)  
  • Lynchburg Public Library (December 2011)    
  • Richmond County Public Library (December 2011)    
  • Wythe-Grayson Regional Library (July 2011)  
  • Waynesboro Public Library (July 2011)    
  • Bedford Public Library System (July 2011)    
  • PittsylvaniaCounty Public Library (July 2011)    
  • Staunton Public Library (July 2011)      
  • Arlington Public Library (July 2011)  
  • PulaskiCounty Library System (July 2011)        
  • Craig County Public Library, Inc. (July 2011)  
  • CampbellCounty Public Library (December 2010)          
  • Blue Ridge Regional Library (December 2010)    
  • Meherrin Regional Library (December 2010)    
  • NottowayCounty Public Library (December 2010)    
  • Portsmouth Public Library (December 2010)    
  • Danville Public Library (December 2010)        
  • Halifax Co/South Boston Public Library (December 2010)        
  • Virginia Beach Public Library (December 2010)      
  • Pearisburg Public Library (December 2010)    
  • Clifton Forge Public Library (December 2010)    
  • Radford Public Library (December 2010)
  • BuchananCounty Public Library (July 2010)    
  • FauquierCounty Public Library (July 2010)    
  • Lonesome Pine Regional Library (July 2010)  
  • Montgomery-Floyd Regional Library (July 2010)          
  • Samuels Public Library (July 2010)    
  • Alexandria Public Library (2009)  
  • Amherst Public Library (2009)
  • Centra Lynchburg (2009)    
  • Lynchburg Public Library (2009)  
  • Prince William Public Library (2009)
  • Smyth-Bland Public Library (2009)        
  • Wythe-Grayson Public Library (2009)
  • Lonesome Pine Regional Library (2008)  
  • Eastern Shore Public Library (2008)          
  • Portsmouth Public Library (2008)            
  • Virginia Beach Public Library (2008)
  • Central Rappahannock Regional (2007)
  • Meherrin Regional Library (2007)

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