The library also benefits from other support. One recent example: “When I got here, we just had a stepladder, only two steps high. The ladies couldn’t reach the upper shelves. It was a hazard. With funds from the Renters Association we were able to purchase a taller ladder. Also, the woodworking group here at Silveridge will help us by making shelves for books we want to showcase. Right now, Sue Grafton books are in demand.” (Grafton passed away in December 2017, ending her popular alphabet-titled mystery series with Y is for Yesterday.)</p[>
When asked if the library had current needs, Shirley said, “We always need large print books. And we could use little colored stickers to put on the spine so people can see what kind of book it is.”
Take time to stop by the library and see what’s new. There might be another puzzle. Bring a book to donate, take one to read. And if you have any little colored stickers, bring them along.