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Established in 1976
The Roy R. Estle Memorial Library was dedicated on November 6, 1976. The library was the generous gift from the late Minnie Estle in memory of her son, Roy.
After his death in 1969, Minnie honored him and his love of reading with a bequest in her will to donate the funds needed to build the library.
In 2001, thanks to a wonderful donation from the Labor family, along with other area residents and businesses, an addition was built and dedicated as the Doris Labor Program Room.
Working towards a bigger, better, library.
As our community grows, we are finding that our library is being utilized more and more. So much, that in 2008 we moved our awesome Youth section to the Doris Labor room. With this and the continued use of our book collection, computer stations, and public reading spaces we are out growing our space.
We are excited to announce that will begin a fundraising effort in the new future for a new library. This new library will bring added features such as a dedicated program room (this will be available for community use also), dedicated study rooms, additional public computers, allow us to become ADA compliant, and much more.
This is all because of the generosity of the Burnett family. With the funds that were allotted to us from the Burnett Fund, we now have a jump-start on our fundraising efforts and our new library project.
Bob Findlay - President
Sue Beavers - Vice President
Heather Willrich - Secretary