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Harlem Friends of the Library celebrated "Community Appreciation" last week

 

July 18, 2018

Jack Young, local author from Harlem, was at the Harlem Library's recent Community Appreciation event signing his new novel, "Down Range." Friends of the Library, who normally host a summer event each year, did the appreciation gathering.

Library Director Colleen Brommer said there was a good turnout for the Community Appreciation staged by the Harlem Friends of the Library. Brommer said the Friends always try to host some sort of a summer event, this year it was an open house, cupcakes and summer drinks and a visit by Jack Young, local author, Harlem High teacher and library board member Young was signing his recently released book entitled "Down Range."

The Baker siblings, Lizzy, Izzy and Ozzy celebrate the Harlem Friends of the Library's recent Community Appreciation event held at the library. The children found a quiet, cool place to do some reading during the event.

The Friends of the Library were instrumental in raising funds for new shelving in the library. Brommer said, "We have no specific big projects we are working toward but the Friends fund several ongoing services that both patrons and the library staff appreciate." Several Friends members were on hand to great guests and serve some very festive cupcakes.

Jack Young's book, just released in June of this year, is a novel based on the experiences of a high school teacher who is implicated in a murder of the district superintendent. You can find some details about Young's new thriller/mystery by searching for "Down Range" on Amazon.

 
 

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