One-hundred and twelve years after the first stone was placed for the Carnegie Library in Rhinelander, the library’s foundation has entered the digital world by introducing its website.
The website is the result of collaboration between Rhinelander District Library Foundation (RDLF)Communication Committee members and local web designer Jason Conley.
“I value RDLF’s commitment to making the community I live in a better place,” Conley said. “Giving back in a form of web development services for RDLF’s new website was a pleasure.”
“It is very gratifying for the RDLF to have its own website,” RDLF Vice President Linda Davidson added.
The website, rdlfoundation.org, features information about the organization and its projects and allows for online donations as well.