Library News
We are about to run out of the month of March so if you have not had a chance to visit the library, please take time to drop by and admire the paintings of Ladd Arnoti that beautify the display area.  His paintings will be removed soon and a new artist will be featured.
Early morning opening at the library will discontinue and normal library hours will resume beginning in April. 
Additional new books have been placed on the shelf this week for your reading pleasure thanks to the ladies who have so generously donated their time to this cause.  You know who you are and without your help it would have been a very slow process for the librarian on duty.  We will schedule special work days in the coming month to complete this project and welcome anyone who would like to spend a day helping.
April is National Library Month and also the 26th anniversary of this library so to help us celebrate, the local business  have been contacted and notices placed around town encouraging the community to shop local during the month of April.  Save your receipts during the month,  when they total $250 collectively, bring them to the library and receive a free library card for the year.  If you are a current card holder your membership will be extended for another year. 
This week completed the first computer class with instructor Zeke Williams.  It was a very in depth course that included the internal functions of a computer and capabilities that are possible. What to look for and what to avoid and how to maintain and service computers.   The next course will include basics for everyday use.  The “how to use” various programs, internet service etc.   This should be a very productive and interesting course.  For more information contact Zeke.
In appreciation to the City Council for the use of the newly remodeled kitchen and space allotted to the library, some board members spent Tuesday morning cleaning and preparing it for upcoming events that might occur.  A small microwave was recently donated, coffee makers are available, all table ware was run through the dishwasher and the stove and ovens cleaned.   It is “sparkling” ready for use.
That’s a wrap for this week.  Stay tuned for more exciting happenings next week!

Cottonwood, Idaho 83522


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503 King St.
P.O. Box 157
Cottonwood, ID 83522-0157
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