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Book Sale ~ May 7-9, 2015

Annual Book Sale May 7-9, 2015 Preview Night: Thursday, May 7,  6 – 8 pm $10 entry fee – get first selection! Friday, May 8:  1-5 pm Saturday, May 9:  9 am-1 pm     To Sign Up to Volunteer, Click Here Help is needed for various jobs and time slots from Sunday, May 3 …

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2014 Pewter Ornament ~ Balancing Rock

Released 2014– The fourth ornament of the South Berwick holiday ornament series features Balancing Rock. Great Works Regional Land Trust owns the “open to the public” land on which Balancing Rock is located: “In the heart of Tatnic, straddling the border of South Berwick and Wells, lies the remains of an ancient volcanic caldera. Encompassing …

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2014 Annual Appeal

November 2014 Wow! What an eventful year it’s been at our new Library! You may have been among the folks who crowded into the community room for programs on Lyme disease, solar energy, organic gardening and college financial planning. Or perhaps you were part of the overflow audiences at the popular film series and author …

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Ebay Committee Reaches $20,000 Goal!

The Capital Campaign Committee is extremely grateful for the time and efforts of the Ebay Committee.  What started as a $5,000 goal turned into a $10,000, $15,000, then $20,000 goal!  They had momentum, and just wanted to keep going- gathering, listing, and shipping items to customers all over the world.  We are honored to call …

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The Fabulous Find Donates to the Library

Thank you to everyone who donated items and shopped at The Fabulous Find Thrift Shop during the month of February.  We accepted a donation of $2828.34 from them at the March check presentation.

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Patti Mitchem, Capital Campaign Chairperson

Tribute Honors Volunteer who led Fundraising for New Library

If there was one indispensable person in the four-year, $l million effort that brought this community a new library, by all accounts that person was Patti Mitchem of Witchtrot Road. A tireless volunteer, she organized and oversaw a handful of committees, met with countless potential donors, stalked every possible grant and gift, and never lost …

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