Recent Donations to the Library
We have had numerous people drop off books to put in our book sale. Stop in and fill a bag for two dollars! All proceeds go back into the library towards the purchase of new items to add to our colleciton.
We would like to thank the family of Patricia Lind for the donation made to our library recently. Mrs. Lind served on our Library Board for many years and had requested that our library receive a portion of the memorials made in her name. The library will use the donation to replace our bench out in front of the library with a new polywood bench that should not need any upkeep. Quite often people can be seen using the bench while on our WIFI or sitting to talk or read. It is a much appreciated donation and we thank Pat's family.
We were included in a grant from Chippewa County and received by the Cornell Senior Citizens Center. Our library received seven hundred dollars that we will use for Adult Large Print books and Adult Audio Books. We appreciate being included in the grant and would like to thank Katie Matott for thinking of us!
We would like to thank the following people who recently made monetary donations to the library. It is greatly appreciated. Sharon Olson and Eugene Wilcox made donations in memory of Grace Shipley. Carole Moussette and Craig and Sharon Shepard made donations in memory of Patricia Lind. Items will be purchased and added to our collection in their names. James Norwak and Shelley DeJongh also made a monetary donations to the library and we thank them for their generousity.
We often receive donations of used books, DVD’s and CD's. Most of these items are put on our sale carts and the proceeds from the sale of the items benefit our library. We would like to thank the following people for recent donations:
Jim Murphy, Kaleb Schulner, Mary Russell, Smith, Marie Ritter, Cheryl Bingham, Brian Comeau, Bonnie Selmer, and Carole Moussette, We appreciate all your donations and help!
If you or your organization would like to make a monetary donation to the library or the "Friends of the Library" group, you can do so by contacting the library.
Donations can be made in memory of someone for the purchase of a book or books. Donations can also be made for future needs of the library. We are always finding areas of need within the library and our inventory.
You may want to check out our Amazon wish list if you would like to make a purchase yourself.