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ABLE Visited by National Library Service Representative

All is going very well in our state-of-the-art ABLE Sound Center, which is now three years old. We had the great opportunity for Phillip Carbo, member of the digital recording team from the Library of Congress National Library Service, to tour our facility. “I am thoroughly impressed with everything ABLE is doing,” said Phil.

ABLE’s audio staff—Andrew Jambura, Audio Manager, and Richard Robbins, Audio and Network Specialist—spent numerous hours showing off the results of their hard work and the results of our dedicated amazing volunteer audio readers.

We are so proud to be able to make our recorded books by Wisconsin authors available to nearly 550,000 patrons because of our partnership with the Wisconsin Talking Book and Braille Library. In the short time our ABLE Sound Center has been up and running, nearly 100 books have been made available to blind and physically handicapped individuals throughout the whole country.

Pictured left to right: Cheryl Orgas, Richard Robbins, Phillip Carbo, Andrew Jambura

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