Off the Shelf: News from the San Manuel Public Library

By Chaille McGrew

San Manuel Library Chairperson

Did you know that over the last year, 5400 patrons passed through the doors of the San Manuel Library, 25,387 items were checked out and 6,542 hours of computer usage was logged?

  These numbers should help residents understand that our library is a vital community resource.  The community would surely miss this bright spot that offers so much to all of San Manuel and surrounding area.

  To keep this bright spot shining into the future, the Library Board is asking for your financial support. A donation drive is being held and hopefully you will be able to make a  tax-deductible contribution-large or small- to help the Board pay for items such as utilities insurance and maintenance fees. Your help is truly needed.

Donations may be dropped off at the Library or mailed to San Manuel Library, 108 Fifth Street, San Manuel, AZ 85631.

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