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Page 3 The Sundance Times Thursday, April 6,201, rary annual open ouse lunc eon The Sundance Friends of the Library will be hosting their an- nual open house luncheon on Friday, April 17 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. They host this free luncheon for the public as a way to say thank you for all the community support shown to the library during the year. Our Sundance Friends of the Library were organized in 1985 to support the library and to raise funds for the move from the old library into the building we're now located in. They have continued to be an extremely active group, hosting the Annual Book Sale in October, the Traveling Bake Sale in February, and the Open House Luncheon for the public in April. They raise money that enables our library to move from good to great - providing resources for additional programming, much needed equipment, and support for children's activities. They have purchased the following items for the enjoyment of our patrons, by no means a complete list: books (including a children's state series and Library of America sets), magazine and newspaper subscriptions, audio books, and binding of our "Annals of Wyoming." They have also purchased shelving, car- pet cleaning, up-to-date world globe, supplies for the meeting room, PA system, piano tuning, computer and printer, copier, microfilm reader/printer with newspaper microfilm, American flags, lilac bushes for the backyard, flowers for our flowerpots and new tables for the meeting room. They helped pay for the replacement of our meeting room carpet and the paving of our parking lot, continue to work on a building fund for a future expansion of the Sundance library, and have contributed to the library endowment match program. Just this spring they have purchased programming supplies for the children's section, humanities program speakers, pl~L:es for the baking contest, and a new refrigeratc~ for the meeting room. They continue to support .the library in a myriad cff other dif- ferent ways: They decorate the ~L)rary for the Christmas season and volunteer at the library when staff members are gone. They provide treats for special events and sponsor public programs. The gift of their time and commitment to the library "sets an example for all in how volunteerism leads to positive civic en- gagement and the betterment of our community." Their work on behalf of the library highlights on an on-going basis the fact that our library is the cornerstone of the com- munity providing opportunities for all to engage in the joy of life-long learning and connect with the thoughts and ideas of others from ages past to the present. Active as our Friends group is, they have lost some valuable members and are gradually slowing down. They are actively seeking new members who would like to take an active part in their support of the library. If you are interested please contact Jeanette Smith at (307) 632-2100 or Jill Mackey at 283-1006, crookcountylib@rangeweb.net. help us celebrate : at.me $ilnoance Senior centef on Saturday, April 18 at I p.m. Our Thanks The City of Sundance would like to say Thank You to Levi Galloway for choosing the City of Sundance as the beneficiary of his Eagle Scout project. Levi built and in- stalled several benches on the walking path and donated the remaining funds for his project to the city. TUES. Hall CCSS, Incorporated Volunteer Appreciation April is Volunteer Appreciation Month! CCSS will cel- ebrate at each senior center to honor all our Volunteers. April 20 Sundance Senior Center, April 22 Moorcroft Senior Center, April 23, Hulett Area Senior Center. Thank You to all our dedicated Volunteers! We ap- preciate all that you do for our community. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer contact Jana at 283- 5-6:30 Thank You " Dear donators and helpers, Thank you for all the time and money that you donat- ed to help me with my Eagle project. A special thank you to the Sundance State Bank, Powder River Energy Corp Crook County Farm Bureau, Gearhart Sinclair, and Kathy Cluff for the donations of money to help fund the project. I want to thank the Sundance City Council for funding and allowing me to do the project for them. Thank you to the crew at Sundance DiUon's Hardware for helping find materials and supplies for the project. I also want to thank lives Butts for the use of his tools and shop space and also, I want to send a special thank you to my parents for helping me every step of the way and always trying to find time to help me. In turn I'd like to thank Katie Pfeil for her never ending support and tak- ing time out of her day to come help with the benches. Sincerely, Levi Galloway Saturday, April 25 from 9-2 in the Sundance High School Gym Sample homemade granola Prizes: Zumba classes, fruit & veggie baskets from Decker's Market Information for cancer screening, health & nutrition The Sundance Times (USPS: 526-720) Copyright 2015 by Sundance Times, Inc. - Curtis and Linda Moberg, is published weekly at 311 Main Box 400, Sundance WY 82729. Business, Editorial Offices, Accounting and Circulation Offices: 311 Main Street, PO Box 400, Sundance WY 82729. cals Postage Paid at Sundance WY 82729. 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