News & Notices

Library Volunteers Needed

Librarian Sara is looking for volunteers for the Library! 

Applications are available at City Hall or at the Library. Once the application is turned in, volunteers can start one week after the application has been approved. The time commitment is flexible and can vary from person to person. We are looking for applicants who will be interested in volunteering anywhere from one to four hours once per week, or even once per month.

Good communication with our Librarian Sara is required. Sara is also hoping for volunteer help during events, such as the Bookmobile Sale (stay tuned for details) and the 5K in the spring.

For more information, reach out during Library hours, Tuesday-Friday 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm and Saturdays from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.

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