Kudos to St. Mary’s Hospital, Cheri Holthaus and Curtis Fryer, Chief Information Officer for the very informative presentation “How the future of Healthcare Affects Me”. Topics included: electronic medical records, security, and Medical Home. For those of you who did not attend the Chamber meeting at the Library, you denied yourself a look into the future and what state of the art programs St. Mary’s have to offer with their leadership in this Electronic Technology. Thank you for sharing with us.
Two new books arrived last week, courtesy of Author, Herman Ronnenberg, Ph,D. “Pioneer Mother on the River of No Return” contains local history of both the Prairie and Salmon River areas. Many familiar Pioneer names and places are mentioned connecting it to this area. The second book is titled “The Disciples of King Gambrinus. These are published by HWR Publishing in Troy, Idaho. Our thanks go out to Dr. Ronnenberg for his generous contribution to our collection of Local Authors and Local History.
With the retirement of Aleta Coppernoll, long time Summer Reading Director, a replacement is needed to continue this very popular program. There is not enough library staff to manage this project.
We are asking for someone to volunteer for this leadership position. Assistants are available. Absent of a director the program will be unable to continue. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer to fill this need please contact the library at 962-3714. To learn more about the program and what responsibilities are involved please contact Aleta-962-3724, Donna- 962-3561 or Laurine-962-8691.
If you did not purchase the book, “150 years, Our Story“. it is now available for check out at the library.