The Extension Library District of Huron County with branches in Willard, Greenwich, North Fairfield and Wakeman has changed its name to the Huron County Community Library.
According to Library Director Laura Lee Wilson, the name change signifies a new chapter for the library system. The library desires to be recognized as one library serving a variety of communities in Huron County. “Our official service areas are reflected in the boundaries of the Willard City, South Central and Western Reserve School Districts within Huron County. Of course, we provide library services to anyone who visits our buildings.”
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The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is the new law that requires everyone to get health insurance choices starting in October 2013. Making the correct healthcare choices requires an understanding of each person's or family's unique health and financial circumstances. Members of the Huron County Community Library staff are not trained or licensed to provide advice or to assist you in selecting a specific health plan, but can provide information & direction to public resources about the ACA that will help you make your own choices.
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