The Friends of the Stowe Free Library are proud to present Vermont Author Willem Lange in a book reading of Favor Johnson. Favor Johnson is a heart warming holiday tale that shares an important message of neighborliness and generosity in a Vermont village. This story has been a Vermont Public Radio favorite for twenty-five years, so we are pleased to bring Willem to Stowe for this FREE family event as a prelude to the Stowe Christmas Festivities on Friday, December 2nd at 4pm in the Community Room at the Stowe Free Library. Copies of this book will be available for sale and signing. Light refreshment will be
Stowe Free Library Board of Trustees Meeting October 14, 2016 Present: C. Lusk, D. Bryan, C. Maison Kastner, B. Fox, D. Witmer, C. Weber (Director), D. Johannesen, and R. Ziegel (Friends). Call to order: 8:02 am. Minutes: September minutes stand as read. Treasurer’s Report: The Treasurer reported $21028 in the checking account, $14302 in the development account, with a free balance of $11146. The total in the endowment account is $879249. Friends’ Report: The Friends reported that plans are underway for the 2017 book sale. The Donation letter will go out soon. Willem Lange will appear at the library on Dec 2 at 4pm. Library tote bags will tentatively be sponsored
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FRIENDS OF STOWE FREE LIBARY Minutes of Board Meeting Sept 8,2016 In attendance: Ronna Ziegel.Cindy Weber, Peg Lackey, Donna Penndorf. Lisa Grady,Sally Nolan, Dee Reever. Connie Conino, Carol Stevens, Boonie Knight and Nancy Stead. The meeting opened at 3:35 p.m.and the motion to approve the minutes June 9 was passed unanimuosly.Ronna nominated Peg Lackey as member at large, which was approved, and she was thanked for her awesome amount of work she has done over the years for the Friends. particular1y during book sales. Budget: Carol Stevens announced the income from the book sale this year was an astounding $20,355. Once the board recovered there
I like stories well told. That is the reason I am sometimes forced to tell them myself.Mark Twain