A special grant benefitting seniors is helping the Homewood Public Library take a dozen seniors on a Chicago architecture tour by boat this month, and a second trip to the Chicago History Museum on Oct. 13.
The library received a $10,000 grant from AgeOptions, a nonprofit organization that is part of the Area Agency on Aging for Suburban Cook County. The grant had two components – offering technology to improve digital literacy and improving socialization for person 55 and older.
In the past, the library used AgeOptions grant money to purchase Chrome Books and . . .