Eyes under the water

By PHILLIPE AND JORGE  |  June 19, 2013


She also notes that “passport fees are set by the government and are the same wherever you apply. For passports processed through Pawtucket Library, part of the fee will support the library’s adult literacy classes. This library has a tradition of offering comprehensive services to immigrants who live and work in the area, including a wide range of high quality ESL (English as a Second Language) classes for adults. The passport fees will directly support these classes. So applying for a passport at the library offers people a convenient service and a chance to support a great library program at no extra cost — truly a win/win!”


If you need further information on this, or any of the other programs, visit pawtucketlibrary.org.

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