Library news
Another busy week at the library.  Most of the adult section has been purged and will soon be re-arranged for easier selecting.  The larger task at hand is the children's section where the work really begins.  Each day presents an improvement thanks to the volunteers.  
Our friend, Rick Johnson, recently presented the library with a new American Flag.  Virgil Wassmuth installed it. Now as you see it flying you will be reminded the library is open.  Our thanks to Rick and Virgil. 
Those of you who have not had a chance to see the wonderful paintings by artist Clem Nuxoll should do so now, as they will be removed very soon. We deeply appreciate the family for sharing his talent with us as both artist and writer.
Remember the yard sale coming up in May.  Anyone wishing to rent a table for $7 in the Community Hall should contact the library.  This will guarantee shelter in case of rain.  
A food court will be available for your convenience and tickets will be sold for a drawing to be held in the fall for a 22 rifle, compliments of Stacie Milliman. Any donations whether large of small and in good shape would be appreciated for all proceeds will be used for the purchase of new children's books.
Again this year the library will be giving away Blue Spruce trees to patrons as a thank you for your continued support of the library and in honor of Arbor Day April 27th.  They can be picked up at the library on Tuesdays, Thursdays or Saturday during regular library hours.
Anyone having a desire to volunteer at the library would be deeply appreciated.  There are many areas where help is needed.  We are so few in number that it is impossible to keep ahead of the demands.  Give us a try, you may like it.
Also the Library will be closed this Saturday, April 14.

Cottonwood, Idaho 83522


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