Two first-year medical students of The Commonwealth Medical College recently spent a morning at the James V. Brown Library to learn more about Lycoming County services, agencies and organizations. While at the library, the students took a tour and met with students in the Learning Center classroom.
The Learning Center is a service of the Lycoming County Library System and is a United Way agency. The center is a ProLiteracy America affiliate adult basic education provider that works to equip Lycoming County adults with the basic literacy skills they need to be better family members, workers and community members.
The first-year medical students spent a week in Lycoming County and will return during their second, third and fourth years of medical school at the Williamsport campus.
The Lycoming County Library System is committed to a vision of a vital and literate community.
The System is comprised of Hughesville Area Public Library, Jersey Shore Public Library, Montgomery Area Public Library, Dr. W.B. Konkle Memorial Library in Montoursville, Muncy Public Library and the James V. Brown Library in Williamsport.
It is governed by a nine-member board. For more information, visit the Lycoming County Library System.