Parental controls at CCRLD are not new
August 24, 2023
DAYTON—The Columbia County Rural Library District Board met August 21 for its regular meeting at the Delaney Room. All board members were in attendance, joined by Library Director Ellen Brigham.
“The Times” will publish an article covering the meeting in next week’s issue.
During the meeting, Brigham was asked by Chair Jay Ball to let the audience know about an important service the library offers to any parent. This is not a new service, it has been available since the library’s system went online.
Parents or caregivers can add notes to their minor children’s accounts to create parental controls.
In the August CCRLD newsletter, the Director Brigham wrote, “You can use these notes for anything you deem necessary. Only want your child to check out books on their school reading list, let us know! Worried about the content of specific books and don’t want your child reading them before you have the chance to look at them? Let us know! We are happy to work with everyone.”
The library staff, directors, and board members continue to show their commitment in providing information, entertainment, and programs that support everyone in the community. The best way to understand what the library has to offer Columbia County residents is to accept Brigham’s invitations to come in and see for yourself. Her email is email@example.com, and the library phone is (509) 382-4131.
The library is located at 111 S. 3rd. St., Dayton, Wash., and the hours are:
M/W/F — 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
T/Th — 12 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Sat — 10 a.m.to 2 p.m.
Sun — Closed