Woodstock, Canada, May 30, 2019 –(PR.com)– Execulink Telecom is thrilled to announce their newest sponsorship with Middlesex County Library. The sponsorship supports the purchase of five new technology kits for the Library’s patrons to enjoy.
“Our hope is to increase interest in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) related activities for youth in the community,” said Ian Stevens, President and CEO of Execulink Telecom. “The technology kits represent a new interactive and hands-on way of learning, to encourage cognitive thinking and creativity.”
“Middlesex County Library gratefully accepts the generous donation from Execulink,” says Liz Adema, Interim Director of Library Services of the Middlesex County Library. “As a result of this donation, the library has acquired 2 Star Wars LittleBits kits, 2 Avengers LittleBits kits and an Unruly Splats kit. These will be travelling between the 15 branches of Middlesex County Library and provide an opportunity for community members to explore and develop their technical skills with fun and engaging technology kits.”
The sponsorship aligns with Execulink’s Vision, Mission and Values and supports the company’s commitment to bring new technological growth to their local communities. Execulink recently sponsored similar initiatives with the Norfolk County Public Library and Woodstock Public Library.
About Execulink Telecom
In operation since 1904, Execulink Telecom has evolved from a small independent local telephone company into one of the leading telecommunications providers in Ontario. Through innovation and forward-thinking, we cultivated our local telephony offerings to provide a full-scale suite of telecommunications services including data, internet, television, mobility and advanced voice features. These services are now available to all levels of industry, encompassing 50,000 business, enterprise, government, and residential customers.
For more information, please visit execulink.ca
About Middlesex County Library
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For more information, please visit library.middlesex.ca