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Four Bartholomew County librarians have been selected to attend a public innovators lab in Indianapolis this spring. The Harwood Public Innovators Lab is meant to help libraries turn their focus outward, to use the community, not the conference room, as the reference point for choices and actions. Fifteen libraries across the state were chosen to participate based on their intent to more deeply engage with the communities. Sandy Allman, Angela Eck, Dakota Hall, and Kelly Kennedy are attending from the Bartholomew County Public Library. The March workshop is being held at Indiana Wesleyan University in Indianapolis and the Midwest Collaborative for Library Services will be covering the costs.