Friends of the Globe Library receives donation from Tuesday Book Club

Pictured: Outgoing president, Claudia Armer, presents a check in the amount of $225 to President of the Friends Robin Wurst. Also pictured from left are Friends officers Dolores Ward, Treasurer; Mary Testa, Vice President; Wurst, Armer and Globe Library Director, Adrea Ricke.

Tuesday book club members have been strong supporters of the Library since the club begin in 1945.

Libraries are a most valuable resource in any community. They provide a place and the tools for people of all ages to expand their knowledge, acquire information, and also have fun.

Globe Public Library provides programs for our youth from preschool through high school and beyond. Community members can access books, audio books, movies, computers, Wi-Fi, and instruction on how to use them.

Many visitors to Globe use the library as a resource. One private investigator shared that he uses our library as a temporary office while working on cases in the area. Many people use it as a reliable safe and comfortable place to spend time.

The friends of the library work to improve the facility and equipment to better serve the public. All community members who support lifelong learning and leisure time enjoyment are encouraged to become members of the Friends of the Globe Public Library, which is a nonprofit group organized to provide support and encourage use of the library. Call 928-425-6111 or stop by the library to get information about membership and meeting times. Friends of the library memberships start at $5 per individual and family rates are available. Become involved help your library grow.

Submitted by Claudia Armer


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