Mid-Continent Public Library received the National Medal for Museum and Library Service during a ceremony May 8 at the White House in Washington, D.C. Presented by the Institute of Museum and Library Services, the national medal is the country’s top honor for library and museum service and presented to 10 institutions each year.
“It is certainly the highest honor we’ve received,” Mid-Continent Director Steve Potter said. “It’s about all the previous library directors and staff members, and all of us building each year. It was everybody who went before us and us as well.”
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