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We extend a heartfelt thank you to our valuable friend and supporter, Ruth Rhodes for her personal account on how the Library has helped her. If you would like to contribute to our Library Love campaign by sharing your story with us, send us a message by writing us at; we would love to hear from you.

“I love my local library. One of the first things I did when I moved to town in 2003 was to get my library card.

When my sons were born, they each got a certificate for a library card delivered to them in the hospital. And when our family adopted twin teen girls, we took them to the library to get them their own cards.

The public library is one of the greatest inventions of civil society. By being a patron, you can experience the richness of our shared literary heritage and all its depth and diversity. I’m proud to use my library card regularly — and I’ve been using it often during the pandemic. The staff has made it so easy to get books with their drive-up service.”

Love your library by using it — and if you can — make a donation. Mail it in, or use their new electronic donation option via their website at


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