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By Gail M. Williams
Muleshoe Journal Correspondent

In the past, Muleshoe Area Public Library has hosted a number of events, such as exercise classes and health fairs. Though the library remains open, these events have stopped in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis.
“We don’t have gatherings of any kind,” said Dyan Dunagan, library director.
However, Dunagan has teamed with Kathy Carr of Texas A&M AgriLife Extension to post “Just Move” exercise videos on the library’s Facebook page and on the Muleshoe Area Public Library website.
Dunagan also presents story time for children and book talks for adults and children on Facebook and the website. Recently, she highlighted the “Bubba Heard a Mouse” books for children and “The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair” for adults.
The library remains open at this time. Social distancing is encouraged, and other precautions, such as hand-sanitizing, are also encouraged.
Those who have a library card and wish to borrow books remotely can get them on Ebooks through Overdrive. Call the library at 806-272-4707 to sign up.
Those who have no library card may stop by the library at 322 W. 2nd Street to sign up for one.



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