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Health Literacy Grantees

The Oklahoma Department of Libraries announces grants to 36 Oklahoma public libraries and literacy programs for FY2021-22.

This is the tenth year of the grant initiative, which is funded by the federal Institute of Museum and Library Services.  Since 2012, more than 200 grants have gone to 66 Oklahoma communities to provide resources and programs. The 36 grants awarded this year include seven new sites: libraries in Cherokee, Cleveland, Enid, Haskell, Jay, Muldrow, and Newcastle.


By U.S. Congressional District:

Congressional District 1

Bartlesville Public Library Literacy Service

Congressional District 2

Checotah–Jim Lucas Public Library (Eastern Oklahoma Library System)
Durant–Donald W. Reynolds Library
Haskell–Reiger Memorial Library (Eastern Oklahoma Library System)
Jay–Delaware County Public Library (Eastern Oklahoma Library System)
Miami Public Library
Muldrow Public Library (Eastern Oklahoma Library System)

Congressional District 3

Altus–Great Plains Literacy Council
Beaver–Beaver County Pioneer Library
Cherokee City-County Public Library
Cleveland–Jay C. Byers Memorial Library
Enid–Public Library of Enid and Garfield County
Piedmont Public Library
Sapulpa–Creek County Literacy Program
Stillwater Public Library
Yukon–Mabel C. Fry Public Library

Congressional District 4

Ada Public Library
Ardmore–Southern Oklahoma Library System
Blanchard Public Library (Pioneer Library System)
Chickasha Public Library
Elgin–Friends of the Elgin Public Library
Lawton Public Library
Moore Public Library (Pioneer Library System)
Mustang Public Library
Newcastle Public Library (Pioneer Library System)
Noble Public Library (Pioneer Library System)
Norman Central Library (Pioneer Library System)
Norman East Library (Pioneer Library System)
Norman West Library (Pioneer Library System)
Oklahoma City–Southwest Oklahoma City Library (Pioneer Library System)
Pauls Valley–Nora Sparks Warren Library
Ringling–Gleason Memorial Library

Congressional District 5

Oklahoma City–Community Literacy Centers, Inc.
Oklahoma City–Opportunities Industrialization Center
Shawnee Public Library (Pioneer Library System)
Tecumseh Public Library (Pioneer Library System)


Last Modified on Jul 12, 2022
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