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FRIENDS Receive Proclamation

National FRIENDS of Libraries week was October 16-22. In recognition of the week, Mayor Ellis and the Town Council presented to the FRIENDS group a Proclamation acknowledging the contribution and dedication of the FRIENDS volunteers to the library and community. Several members were privileged to receive this recognition on behalf of all FRIENDS of the library. In attendance from right to left: Mayor Stephen Ellis; Wayne Sherrer – director; Deb Messling – library director; Rev. Judi Painter – director; Todd Tersigni – council president; Sue Campnest – director; Richard Stevens – member and Gayle Rogers – president.  To review the Proclamation, check out the libraries Facebook page . Consider joining FRIENDS to help us advocate and support our library. Photo Credit Phillipsburg Library … Read entire article »

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New Board Members Elected

On October 13th, a new FRIENDS Executive Board was elected during the Annual Meeting and Dinner . The new officers are: President:                     Gayle J Rogers Vice President:             Dana Syers Treasurer:                    Nancy Makowski Secretary                     Mia Keith-Rogers Director 1                    Judi Painter Director 2:                   Wayne Sherrer Director 3:                   Sue Campnest … Read entire article »

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FREE Alzheimer’s Care Program: Prevent Wandering – Wed. Nov 9, 2016

Wed. Nov. 9, 2016 1:00pm – 3:00pm One of the worst scenarios for families caring for someone living with Alzheimer’s disease is a loved one wandering or getting lost. It causes immediate panic and concern, and unfortunately happens all too often. In fact, nearly 50 percent of some of these family members have experienced a loved one with Alzheimer’s wandering or getting lost, according to a new survey conducted by Home Instead, Inc., franchisor of the Home Instead Senior Care® network. Of those, nearly one in five called the police for assistance.  To help families keep their loved ones safe, the Home Instead Senior Care network has launched a free tool, the Missing Senior NetworkSM  Come and learn about this free tool and the many ways to keep your loved one safe. Additional discussion topic: THE FIVE WISHES The Five Wishes is the first Living Will that talks about your personal, emotional and spiritual needs as well as your medical wishes.  It lets you choose the person … Read entire article »

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