Many thanks to our kind donors! You help us to better serve our county!
Many Thanks to Jim and Carol Hargis of M & W Books, who donated a number of books.
Thank You to New Sabina Industries and Altrusa of Highland County, Ohio for their donations.
The Greenfield Library would like to thank Cullom & Sons Construction for their generous donation.
Many Thanks from the Greenfield Library for the recent donations from the Greenfield Mother's club, Bob Smith, VFW, New Sabina Industries, and Freida Alldredge.
The Greenfield Library is also very grateful to those donors who contributed to make Summer Reading a special time this year:
Cincinnati Reds, Chillicothe Paints, Community Markets, Dominos, Greenfield Mother’s Club, Kathy Decker, Kings Island, McDonalds, New Sabina Industries, Newport Aquarium, Ohio Renaissance Festival, Robbins Village Florist, Sav-A-Lot, Star Cinema, Subway, Tecumseh, & your Library
Many Thanks to the Anonymous Donor who paid for mulching and landscaping at the Hillsboro Library.
The Highland County District Library is very grateful for the generous donation given in memory of Vada Ziegler Crosby. Mrs. Crosby worked at the Hillsboro Public Library when it located in the Scott House.
The gift of $25,000 has been given to the Children's Department.
Thanks to the Hillsboro High School for giving us 9 wheeled wooden chairs which have provided us with a sturdier and better looking alternative to some of our secretarial chairs at the Public Internet Computers.
Thank You to Kent Daughtery for the donation!
Thank You to James Jones of John's Flowers!
Thank you to the Astra teens for presenting a wonderful "Story Book Character Night" in the Children's Department.
Thank you to Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 9094 for their generous donation to the Summer Reading Program.
Thank you to Mary L. Miller for donating a copy of her book, "Chick, Hardwick, and Related Families" to the genealogy collection.
Thanks the Hillsboro Garden Club for their hard work and contributions on the new garden spot in front of the center door of the library.
The Leesburg Library would like to thank their Many donors to the 2010 Summer Reading Program Including:
Leesburg Meat & Market
Hickory & Plaid
Kay Simmons Ins.
New Sabina Industries
The Beach Waterpark
Lynchburg Branch would also like to thank Don and Carolyn Hastings and several other Lynchburg residents trimmed the bushes at the library and put down mulch on April 17th. Under the leadership of Warren Wright, local nurseryman, the Hastings family helped manicure the Lynchburg Library landscaping. Daughters, Melissa Lanoue, Sara and Jason McLaughlin,and Becky Hastings were part of the crew. It looks so much Nicer!
Carolyn Hastings, one of the new Lynchburg Village Council members, found out that, because of the need to cut costs, the Lynchburg Branch Library has had to drop some of its periodical & newspaper subscriptions. Many Lynchburg citizens regularly use these items to meet their informational needs. Without being asked, Mrs. Hastings is now donating one of our most popular & missed items (the Wilmington News Journal). She also volunteers at the library as often as she can. Thank you, Mrs. Hastings!
And Lynchburg Library would also like to thank the 3Arts Club and the Lynchburg Masonic Lodge #178 for their donations toward library programs.
thanks the VFW POST 4736 for their monetary donation.
The 2010 Greenfield Library Summer Reading Program Thanks:
Petland, McDonalds, Star Cinema, Bob Evans, Dominos, Subway, Burger King, Sav-A-Lot, Village Florist, The Glitz, Weller's Plumbing, Kathy Decker, Kings Island, Newport Aquarium, Long's Retreat, COSI, Cincinnati Reds, Ohio State Fair, Ohio State Parks, Long John Silvers
2009 Summer Reading Program Donors:
|Greenfield Branch Library Summer Reading
Kathy Decker- Massage Therapy
Leesburg Federal -Greenfield Branch
Ohio State Fair
Robbins Village Florist
Stuck on Scrappin'
|Leesburg Branch Library Summer Reading 5/3 Bank
Dean and Shirley Fetters
Hickory & Plaid
Highland Lanes/Alley 21
Kay W. Simmons Insurance Agency
New Sabina Industries
Ohio Renaissance Festival
Square 1 Heating and Cooling
Weller's Plumbing and Heating
Lynchburg Branch Library Summer Reading
And Many thanks for other Gifts:
Nancy Perin Axmacher donated in memory of her grandmother, Lyne Letcher Spargur.
Constance Ford donated a copy of Slavery By Another Name .
The Brown County Engineer's office donated in memory of Robert O'Banion.
Mike Conway donated in memory of Robert O'Banion
Danny Hicks donated in memory of Robert O'Banion
New Sabina Industries for their Annual Donation
Lynchburg Branch Thanks:
Lynchburg Antique Mall
Bob Evans Farms
Daniel Henize in memory of Jennifer Henize