EVPL hosting valentine initiative to show thanks to those on frontline of pandemic
EVANSVILLE, Ind. (WFIE) - The Evansville Vanderburgh Public Library is inviting the community to write a “thank you” message for those who have been on the frontline of the pandemic.
This new initiative is called Hearts for Heroes, and it began Wednesday.
Library officials say Hearts for Heroes will let community members write a valentine message for those people who have been on the frontline during the pandemic.
“It’s actually an iteration of our previous Valentines for Veterans program,” Kassidy Krown, the EVPL marketing and public relations manager said. “We just wanted to draw attention to local community heroes who have been on the front lines during the pandemic for the last two years by sharing a message of thanks, support and appreciation for what they’ve been through.”
The valentines themselves will be distributed by EVPL employees in the days following February 9, which is the last day for entry.
Those valentines are available at any of the eight EVPL locations and on evpl.org.
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