The Westfield Library received and anonymous $100 bill which was buried in a sack of food given in response to the Peace Crane Tree and Food-for-Fines programs. The envelope was found by Library Director, Marie Boleman, while she was sorting through the groceries that had been dropped off that day. The envelope simply said, “For Food Pantry for whatever you need.”
The U.S Constitution was approved by delegates on September 17, and ratified in 1787. This year marks its 223rd anniversary!
Pick up a few reading coupons at the library. Each day that you read 20 minutes or more, check off a box. Once you have checked off all five boxes, turn it in for a chance to win a weekly prize drawing. No more than one entry per week.
Read whatever you like! Magazines, books, graphic novels, newspapers. It’s an enjoyable habit that will enrich your life. Many studies show that continuing to read over summer vacation will also help you maintain your reading skill level when you return to school in the fall.
Bruce has taught poetry and hosted readings for many years. He currently serves as secretary for the Wisconsin Poet's Society, and has just published his third volume of poetry called Breather. He enjoys guiding and encouraging people with an interest in writing poetry.
This series will be held from 4-6PM on the following Tuesdays: March 17, 24, 31
(Instruction will be best suited for adults and older teens)