Holts Summit gets library to go

Lockers to give local patrons greater access to materials

A Daniel Boone Regional Library patron receives materials at the Library To Go branch in Hallsville. Holts Summit now has a Library To Go services at the new city hall building, with daily delivery allowing local patrons to request and pick up materials.

A Daniel Boone Regional Library patron receives materials at the Library To Go branch in Hallsville. Holts Summit now has a Library To Go services at the new city hall building, with daily delivery allowing local patrons to request and pick up materials.

No more waiting for books.

Holts Summit City Hall, 213 S. Summit Drive, is now home to the newest branch of the Daniel Boone Regional Library’s Library-To-Go program.

Patrons now will be able to make use of a locker system to pick up requested materials. There also is an outdoor drive-up book drop in one of the drive-through lanes for library returns.

Mitzi St. John, director of community relations for DBRL, said the decision to install a Library-To-Go in Holts Summit was based primarily on the popularity of the bi-monthly bookmobile stop there.

“(Holts Summit is) our most heavily-used bookmobile stop,” St. John said. “By putting lockers in Holts Summit, we are hoping to make using the library more convenient.

“I’m glad people are going to be able to have greater access to the materials available through the Daniel Boone library system.”

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