Erma’s Notes p. 2
Friends of the Library News
Children’s News p. 3
Auditorium p. 4
LAFAA 2007-08 series
March p. 5 1st Place: Cameron Crabtree
April p. 6
2nd Place: Georgie Silvia,
Thank you! p. 7
Foundation News p. 8
Scholarships 3rd Place: Caitlin and Maire
Mortgage Retirement Gilmore
People in the Background
Foundation Message Thanks to the many people who
auditioned and those who attended
Ads p. 9
the shows in support of the
Receiving the Newsletter p.10 Performers and
Clean-up Day The Wagnalls Memorial
The Wagnalls Memorial Foundation
150 East Columbus Street
P.O. Box 217
Lithopolis, OH 43136
Come to the Cabaret!
www.wagnalls.org Saturday March 8, 2008
M. Ellen Gruber 8:00 pm
Executive Director - Ext 405
Join us as we listen to warm jazz vocals from
Office Manager - Ext 121 Kelly Crum Delaveris who was voted
"Best Singer In Columbus"
in the 2006 Columbus Dispatch Poll.
Program Coordinator - Ext 106
Hors devours are served at 8pm
Dessert and coffee following the show.
Public Relations - Ext 104
email@example.com This is a yearly affair benefiting
Museum/Office Hours: The Wagnalls Memorial Foundation.
Mon.—Thurs. 9 am to 5 pm
Saturday 10 am to 2 pm Tickets are $100 each and are limited. Call 837-4765 Ext.104
The Wagnalls Memorial Library
Library Hours New Items
Erma’s Notes: Donated by
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM the “Friends”
Tuesday National Library Week is April 13-19, 2008. As I was reflect-
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM ing on this article, I thought of how I have used the library over the Books for March
Wednesday years. As a child, I borrowed books to read, as did my parents and
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM sister. This was great entertainment and provided many sources of Braun, Lilian Jackson
Thursday information. As time passed, I used the library for materials to en- Cat Who Smelled Smoke
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM hance the knowledge I needed to be effective in college and later as a
Friday - Closed teacher in the classroom. Now, besides working in the library, I still Clark, Mary Higgins
Saturday borrow materials for entertainment and knowledge. The availability Where Are You Now?
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM of these materials has been invaluable to me. If I wanted to try and
Sunday put a monetary value on this it would be difficult. If I borrowed just Kellerman, Jonathan
1:00 PM - 5:00PM one book a week, valued at $20, that would be over a $1,000 worth of Compulsion
(Closed Easter Sunday, books in a year that I enjoyed. If I also borrow DVDs, magazines,
March 23 ) and CDs, the value keeps increasing. Think about what you have
borrowed or used in the library. Maybe you have attended a chil-
614.837.4765 dren’s program or used the internet on a regular basis. Maybe the DVD’s for March
Erma Storts library has found an item at another library and borrowed it for you, at Bee Movie (PG)
Library Director - Ext 113 no cost. Maybe you have downloaded an audio book to listen to as
firstname.lastname@example.org Enchanted (PG)
you drive to work, or go on vacation. I think you would have to agree
that the library is one of today’s greatest bargains.
No Country for Old Men
Many thanks to our (R)
staff members whose FREE Photography Class
work hours were recently Interested in learning more about photography and learning
reduced. This belt- how to "see" through the camera? (Digital photography in-
tightening measure made cluded) Sign up for a four week course with Len Wagner in Books for April
it possible to continue the CPR room.
Session 1 March 6, 13, 20, 27 Time: 2:00PM Baldacci, David
serving our library pa-
Repeat of Session 1 April 17, 24, May 1,8 Time: 2:00PM Whole Truth
trons without shortening
Ongoing Evening Class —discussion group; bring pho-
library hours. Thanks
tos to share. Time: 6:30 pm Call 614-837-4765 to Johansen, Iris
again to all staff mem-
bers who were affected
by this effort to save on
The Friends of Wagnalls Library operate the Owl’s Nest Book Patterson, James
operating costs. Your
Store, located on the first floor of the Wagnalls Library. The profits Sundays at Tiffany’s
support is greatly appre-
ciated. from the sale of used books and other items go to support the Wag-
nalls Library to buy books and materials that could not otherwise be Quick, Amanda
purchased due to their financial constraints. Please stop by during Third Circle
your next visit to Wagnalls and see all the wonderful items we have
for sale. Come by often, as the items are always changing! The Book Robards, Karen
Weather Related Store is now open at all times when the Library is open. If no volun- Guilty
Closings: teer is working, you will be directed to pay for your purchases at the
You may call the Wagnalls Circulation Desk. Woods, Stuart
Memorial to reach a message Santa Fe Dead
about any time changes. In
addition, if Bloom-Carroll We accept new and gently used adult and children’s books and maga-
Schools are closed, children’s zines. We do not accept National Geographic magazines, Reader’s
story hour will be canceled.. Digest Condensed Books or moldy or otherwise odorous books.
614-837-4765 Please save you and us time and discard or donate those articles else- DVD’s for April
Golden Compass (PG13)
Owl’s Nest Hours: March monthly special: Mix and Match books
12 inches for $3.00 Lions for Lambs (R)
Mon. Tues. Wed. Thurs.
10:00 — 8:00 SATURDAYS ONLY in March
Meerkat Manor Season 02
Sat. 10:00 —2:00 April special: all paperbacks for 10 cents each. Moondance Alexander (G)
Sun. 1:00 — 5:00
(Sept. thru May)
The Wagnalls Memorial Library 3
Children’s Library Fun Times Upcoming Classes:
Crafty Kids….. Gentle Yoga with Gail Sky
The first Saturday of every month all elementary school age Saturdays 9:00—10:30 a.m. $10.00 each class
children are invited to join us at 11:00 AM for Crafty Kids March 8, 15, and 29
2008 events. April 5, 12, 19, and 26
Gentle Yoga- calling all past students, fellow teachers, parents,
Every Sunday….. P.T.O. friends, and former room mothers of Bloom Elementary
Wagnalls is holding a Children’s Story Hour from 2:00 – retired 3rd grade teacher, Gail Sky, former Gail Williams.
3:00 pm on Sunday afternoons (excluding Easter). You and Come and join us for gentle breathing, stretching and relaxing.
your family are invited to join us for one story or as many as Everything can be modified to your level of experience and any
is fun for your children. injuries. Come and feel better. Call Gail at (614) 235-7369 with
We are always looking for guest story-readers so if you are any questions. Bring a yoga mat, and blanket.
interested, let us hear from you.
Thank you to those who Belly Dancing Exercise Class with Melody Burgett
donate to the Library: Mondays Morning 10:00—11:30 a.m. $7.00 each
Monday Evening 5:00—7:00 pm
Through our Adopt-a-Magazine Program: Class held every Monday Beginners welcome anytime
Robert Wagner (Readers Digest), Erma Storts (Forbes No pre-registration required. Check in at the Circulation Desk
in the library. Bring drinking water and wear comfortable cloth-
and Diabetes Management), Jenna Meyers Teen
ing. Children’s Programming Room—Morning Class
Vogue, Margaret Mendoza (Crafts ’n Things), Linda Gallery Room—Evening Class
Werner (Simple ’n Delicious), Peggy Smith (Good
Housekeeping), Molly Stek (Cottage Living), Norma
Schoenberger (Cooking Light), and Elise Stone (Birds Art Classes with Teresa Satola
’n Blooms) Wednesdays 4:00-6:00 pm Youth
6:00-8:00 pm Adults
Through General Donations: Classes are $10.00 each or can be paid monthly. They are held
Keith Storts—computer printer in the Banquet Hall below the auditorium. New students are
Larry and Linda Burgess & Erma Storts—fabric for always welcome! Call 614-837-4765 ext 127 or stop by the
reupholstering 2nd floor chairs Circulation Desk to register and to pick up a supply list!
Computer Classes — Tuesdays Computer Classes — Thursdays
Beginning Computer (Morning Class) Microsoft Word Introduction (word processing)
March 18, 25 and April 1 $30.00 for 3 classes March 20, 27, and April 3
Tuesday 10:00—11:30 am Thursday 10:00—11:30 a.m. $30.00 for 3 classes
We will create, edit, save and print a document—cover letter,
We cover Windows basics, computer terminology and an resume, or newsletter. We will add bullets, borders, and graph-
introduction to word processing. ics where appropriate.
Intermediate Computer Power Point March 20, 27, and April 3
March 18, 25 and April 1 $30.00 for 3 classes Thursday 1:00 — 2:30 $30.00 for 3 classes
Tuesday 1:00 — 2:30 pm We will create a slide show with text, graphics, and pictures
Learn to organize files and folders, open a word processing
program and explore page setup including margins and tabs,
Microsoft Excel March 20, 27, and April 3
get clip art from the internet, and save a file into a folder.
Thursday 6:00 — 7:30 pm $30.00 for 3 classes
Beginning Computer (Evening Class)
We will create a simple spreadsheet to manage a family budget
March 18, 25 and April 1 $30.00 for 3 classes or balance a checkbook. We will enter data into cells, label col-
Tuesday 6:00 — 7:30 pm umns and write basic formulas.
We cover Windows basics, computer terminology and an
introduction to word processing.
The Wagnalls Family Theatre Educational Series
Registration is now open for Spring Acting Classes beginning April 19th thru May 31st with an
educational performance “Showcase” on May 31st at 7pm.
Fairy Tale Flips
The evil Cinderella? A good pirate? We will use theatre games and storybook characters to begin a study in acting and the theatre. As a class, the children will compose
and perform in their very own fairy tale for the final class session. This class is offered from 10am to 12pm for ages 5 - 8 for those who have not yet taken an acting class.
Limited to 12 students per class.
Shakespeare Comedy for Kids Did you know that Shakespeare made up thousands of words? In this class we will use theatre games and improvisations to
learn about the Bard's (another word for Shakespeare) Comedies. The class will present abridged scenes from A Midsummer Night's Dream for the final class. This class is
offered from 1pm - 3pm for children ages 5 - 8 who have previously taken acting classes. Limited to 15 students per class.
Introduction to Acting This class is offered from 1pm to 3pm for children ages 9 and up who have not yet taken an acting class. Your child will be learning stage
direction, story elements and fundamentals of the stage through acting exercises, improvisational games, and scene work. Performance will include a class chosen script.
Limited to 12 students per class.
Classical Ensemble This class is offered from 10am to 12pm for children ages 9 and up who have previously taken acting classes. We will analyze and perform a
classical script. Your child will learn stylistic stage movement along with the impact of team connection from an ensemble piece.
Limited to 20 students per class.
Price for classes: $40.00 (each additional child in family will be $30.00) You may register by calling the foundation office or
E-mailing to email@example.com.
Class sizes are limited. To assure your participation, please pre-register by April 15th. Classes must be paid in full by the first day of the class.
Show Dates: 5/9/08 through 5/26/08 Every Fri. & Sat. 7pm. Sundays 2pm.
Special Memorial Day showing at 2pm.
Wagnalls Family Theatre welcomes Aaron Leu to the role of Director for our next production. Aaron brings
to us over 15 years of theatrical experience ranging from acting roles, technical involvement, Musical theatre
and more. A self described “theatre junkie”, Aaron is also a free lance visual artist who
prides himself on
transitioning the visual Lithopolis Area Fine Arts Association Presents:
to the stage and help-
ing actors express the Mar. 16, 2008 CSO Brasso Profundo
child within their 3 pm Sun. This highly talented group from the Columbus Symphony Orchestra
roles. A summa cum laude graduate of Taylor is comprised of four musicians: Andrew Millat, trombone; Richard Howenstine,
University, Aaron has also trained with Baldwin trombone; Joseph Buchi, bass trombone; and James Akins, tuba.
Wallace Summer Musical Theatre, Wright State
University Summer Theatre, and Wesley Institute Apr. 13, 2008 Elixir
in Sydney, Australia. A proven leader with many
3 pm Sun. A trio that performs music from the American 1800's, with the tradi-
leadership projects under his belt, Aaron is ex-
tional lyrics, some of the favorites with fresh new arrangements. This multi-talented
cited about his role as Director for this produc-
trio performs their music with guitars, electric bass, mandolin, banjo, fiddle and fun
tion. “My goal is to present the most profes-
sional show possible while encouraging cast and
crew alike in the talents they possess.
Tickets at the door which have not been purchased as series Memberships will be
$14.00 for adults, $12.00 for seniors, $10.00 for students.
Reserved seating for $2.00 additional. Call 614-837-7003
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
Cultural Center 11-2 Krafty Kids 1
10:00 am - 8:00 pm Story Hour
2-3pm Family 2 Belly Dancing 3 4 5 Story Hr. 10:30 6 7 Gentle Yoga 8
Tuesday—Thursday Story Hour Exercise 10:30 & 11:15 CPR 9-10 :30
Friday - Closed 10-11:30 am Story Hour
Art Classes Photos: 2 & 6:30
5:30-7pm Youth 4-6 pm
10:00 am - 2:00 pm Adult 6-8 pm
Sunday Story Hour
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm 9 Belly Dancing 10 11 10:30 & 11:15 12 13 14 Gentle Yoga 15
2-3pm Family Story Hr. 10:30 CPR 9-10 :30
Story Hour Exercise
(September thru May)
10-11:30 am Art Classes Photos: 2 & 6:30
Owls Nest Bookstore Daylight Youth 4-6 pm Cabaret-8pm
Savings Time 5:30-7pm
Same Hours As Library Adult 6-8 pm
Story Hr.10:30 Story Hour MS Word
16 17 Beginning Cptr.
18 10:30 & 11:15 19 10-11:30 am 20 21 22
Room Rentals Story Hour Belly Dancing
10-11:30 am Power Point
for all Occasions LAFAA Exercise Art Classes
6-7:30 pm 1-2:30 pm
At The Wagnalls Memorial CSO Brasso 10-11:30 am Intermediate Cptr Youth 4-6 pm Excel 6-7:30
Profundo 3pm 5:30-7pm 1-2:30 pm Adult 6-8 pm Photos: 2 & 6:30
Weddings, Receptions, Beginning Cptr. 10:30 & 11:15 MS Word
Recitals, Showers, Reunions, 23 24 10-11:30 am 25 26 27 28 Gentle Yoga 29
Easter Belly Dancing 10-11:30 am
Meetings, Graduations, 6-7:30 pm Art Classes CPR 9-10 :30
Birthdays, Holidays Closed Exercise Intermediate Cptr Youth 4-6 pm 1-2:30 pm
10-11:30 am 1-2:30 pm Adult 6-8 pm
Call today for reservations: 5:30-7pm Photos: 2 & 6:30
614-837-4765 Ext. 104
30 Belly Dancing
31 Pre-register for acting classes by April 15th.
Auditorium, Banquet Hall, Story Hour Exercise
Meeting Rooms, Gallery 10-11:30 am LAFAA Performance: Elixir coming April 13th.
Room, Garden 5:30-7pm
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
Cultural Center Story Hr. 10:30 Story Hr. 10:30
Turn in your Scholarship 1 Story Hour 2 3 4 Gentle Yoga
CPR 9-10 :30
Library Museum Beginning Cptr. 10:30 & 11:15 MS Word
Applications by April 15th! 10-11:30 am 10-11:30 am Krafty Kids 11 am
6-7:30 pm Art Classes Power Point St John Lasagna Dr.
Library Hours: Intermediate Cptr Youth 4-6 pm 1-2:30 pm 4:30-7:30 pm
Monday 1-2:30 pm Adult 6-8 pm Excel 6-7:30 pm
10:00 am - 8:00 pm Story Hour
2-3pm Family Belly Dancing 7 8 10:30 & 11:15
9 10 11 Gentle Yoga 12
Tuesday—Thursday CPR 9-10 :30
Story Hour Exercise Story Hour
Friday - Closed 10-11:30 am Art Classes Story Hour
Saturday 5:30-7pm Youth 4-6 pm
Adult 6-8 pm
10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Sunday Story Hour Story Hr. 10:30
13 14 Story Hour 15 16 17 18 19
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm 10:30 10:30 & 11:15 Gentle Yoga
Belly Dancing Photo Class:
(September thru May) 2-3pm Family Exercise Deadline for CPR 9-10:30
Art Classes 2 & 6:30pm
Owls Nest Bookstore Story Hour 10-11:30 am Scholarship Youth 4-6 pm Antique
Same Hours As Library LAFAA 5:30-7pm applications Adult 6-8 pm Appraisal 9am-2
Elixir 3pm Acting Classes
Room Rentals Story Hour
for all Occasions Belly Dancing 10:30 & 11:15 Story Hr. 10:30
20 21 22 23 24 CPR 9-10 :30
25 Gentle Yoga 26
At The Wagnalls Memorial Exercise Story Hour Acting Classes
2-3pm Family 10-11:30 am Art Classes Photo Class:
Story Hour 10:30 2 & 6:30pm
5:30-7pm Youth 4-6 pm
Weddings, Receptions, Adult 6-8 pm
Recitals, Showers, Reunions,
Call today for reservations: 27 28 29 Story Hour 30
614-837-4765 Ext. 104 2-3pm Family Belly Dancing Story Hour The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe coming in May!
Story Hour Exercise 10:30 10:30 & 11:15
10-11:30 am Art Classes Become a sponsor for the 5K race this year.
Auditorium, Banquet Hall, 5:30-7pm Call 837-4765 ext. 106
Meeting Rooms, Gallery Youth 4-6 pm
Adult 6-8 pm
The Wagnalls Memorial Foundation 7
Thank you to the following donors who contributed Opportunities to Give
to The Wagnalls Memorial Foundation between Back to or Become
12/10/07-02/11/08: Involved at Wagnalls
Fairfield-Hocking Chapter of Library Donations:
Thrivent Financial for Lutherans Jayne and James McGill In the Library:
Maintenance tools and equipment Theatre Donations: • Book Repair
Anonymous Donation for Cabaret
Dale Dixon-Trimmer Insurance Company • Materials Processing
Jayne and James McGill • Adopt a Magazine Subscription
George Sheehan-2 speakers for auditorium
• Local Newspaper Archive Reader
Anonymous Sponsor for Star
Mortgage Fund donation: • Library Publicity - Local Distribution
Search Talent Show
Frances and Thomas Peters • Shelf Reading/Straightening
Holiday Mailing: Please contact the Library at
614-837-4765 ext. 127
Lawrence A. Bigler In the Foundation Offices:
Liz and Charlie Black • Docents for Gallery (volunteer help-
George W. Boving ers) and Tour Guides
Star Search Volunteers:
James Derflinger • Assist with Mailings
Krista and Dennis Doyle
Patty and Michael Drodofsky
Patty & Mike Drodofsky • Assist with Event Set Ups
David & Andrea Grammel • Adopt a Flower Bed
Margaret and Ben Humphrey
Carol & Roger Middaugh
• Assist with Grounds Maintenance
Marcella and David Kossler
Nancy & Alan Fisher • Publicity - Local Distribution
Kelly Patino • Office Furniture
Suan and Jack Priser
Debi Fridley • Adopt a Utility Bill for a Month
Tina Gleason • Donate Stamps and Office Supplies
Ruth and John Watkins • Help with inventory
Mary and Charles Wilde A Special Thank You To The Judges::
Karen Edwards With the Theatre:
We welcome your memorial or tribute Ellen Gruber • Actor
gifts, in memory of a loved one, or in Aaron Leu • Stage Hand
honor of a birthday, anniversary, or other • Usher
• Concession Worker
Special Thank You: To Foundation Patrons to the Museum and • Theatre Member
Gift Shop. • Advertising
To the Fox Foundation for their con- • Theatre Publicity Creation
tinuing support. For your convenience in making donations, we • Theatre Publicity - Local Distribution
also accept Mastercard or Visa payments.
To the Lithopolis American Legion Please contact the Foundation Offices at
Post 677 for their continuing support Please accept our apologies if your name has been 614-837-4765 ext. 104
of the Mabel Wagnalls Jones Scholar- omitted from this list and contact Sandra Hall,
ship Fund. Office Manager, at 614-837-4765 ext. 121 or
e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to update your infor- Memorial/Honor Gifts:
To Bob and Rita Stebelton and Char- mation, make a donation, or volunteer.
lie Stebelton for their ongoing support Anita and Geoffrey Anderson-in memory
through their low interest loan. Thank you of Gerald M. Anderson
George J. Arnold-in memory
of Jerome Gafford
Do You Shop On-Line? Wilma and Thane Hecox-in memory
If you enjoy shopping on-line and also love the Wagnalls Memorial, of Henry A. Kelly
please do your shopping through www.iGive.com. There are over Wayne P. Lawson-in memory
440 stores at “the mall” which give up to 26% to your favorite cause. of Jerry Gafford
It’s FREE to join! So please on-line shop through iGive and support Marla Morris-in honor
Wagnalls! of Bonnie and Marlo Mills
The Wagnalls Memorial Foundation
Applications are due by April 15th to be
considered for a scholarship. Remem-
ber that there are 15 Mabel
Wagnalls Jones Scholarships available
A Message From The Foundation
Money is getting tight as you all know. Our
fund management is still bringing in addi-
tional money along with private donations,
but we have not yet reached the halfway
point in our goal. We encourage your dona-
tions to accomplish the objective of paying As all of our readers know, the econ-
off the private loan on time. Every little bit omy has experienced unusual stress re-
helps. cently as evidenced by falling home Bill Renner, Celeste Hicks, Roger & Carol Mid-
Please keep us in mind when making dona- values, increasing foreclosures, a slug- daugh, Ruby Wolcott, Marian Getz, Bill Spires
tions in memory of loved ones. Consider it gish stock market, the high cost of oil,
an investment in the future of your commu- and other such similar indices. And
nity. In this issue, we are focusing on a group of
certainly The Wagnalls Memorial Foun- people who volunteer their time (4 to 5 hrs)
If you have questions or would like to dis- dation is not immune to the same mar- one day every two months to mail out the
cuss further options for giving to Wagnalls, ket forces that affect us all. We, how- Wagnalls Digest newsletter. They meet in
please contact Ellen Gruber, Executive ever, see things a little differently. the lower level meeting room at 9am arriv-
Director, at (614) 837-4765 ext. 405. ing to the smell of fresh brewed coffee and
We think that challenging times pro- home made cinnamon rolls.
$700,000 vide an opportunity for each of us to They receive boxes of the letters (4.200)
commit anew to the things that matter from Central Press Printing and, armed
$600,000 most to us. And so here’s what we’re with tape dispensers, begin sealing the
$500,000 doing at the Foundation. We’re evaluat- folded letters closed.
$400,000 ing every line item in the budget; allo- Usually there are four people taping while
cating precious resources to services four or more pull off mailing labels and
$338,897 most needed and wanted by the commu- apply them to the front of the newsletters.
nity; focusing only on those essential The letters are then sorted by zip code and
$324,439 functions that are required to perform stored in long containers called flats which
$316,044 our mission; scaling operations to the are provided by the Post Office. As they go
minimal level necessary to still be effec- along, they occasionally recognize one as
$183,357 tive; and devoting every available ounce having a wrong address, a being a duplicate
of imagination and energy to create in- of a person, or having multiples going to
teresting and fun experiences that attract the same address. These people really
Time to Celebrate! watch and help us to keep our mailings
The School year will be coming to a close down. They also share their knowledge of
soon. If you are looking for a comfortable what’s been going on in their local
In short, we hope that we are making neighborhoods and what new stores are
place nearby where family and friends can lemonade and that you will join us in
celebrate graduations, weddings, family coming to town. And yes, we do have sev-
reunions, Anniversaries, etc. The Wag-
squeezing the lemons! Visit the Owls eral men here also.
nalls Memorial has just the place for you. Nest book store and purchase a used It would help if you would keep your mail-
book for your child. Take a computer, ing address up to date, just pick one up
We offer a full size kitchen in our Banquet art, or acting class. Come to the caba-
Hall and a small stage with a piano for when you are in the Library, or elect to
your enjoyment. If your gathering is small,
ret. Attend a theatre performance. Vol- print the letter from our web site
we have our lower level meeting room unteer your time at the library. Do (www.wagnalls.org).
which whatever “taps your toe” at Wagnalls, Our hats are off to these wonderful people
Accommodates up to 60. please call the but please be involved. Now is your who help out. If you would like to sign up
office at 614-837-4765 ext. 104 to check chance to show how much you care— to be called, call 837-4827 ext. 104 and
on room reservation times and prices. and thank you. sign up.
THANK YOU! 9
Visit our advertising sponsors who help us financially to be able to produce and distribute The Wagnalls Digest to the community.
Come have supper at the
11410 Smith Rd., Lithopolis
WORKING WITH BUYERS & SELLERS
2nd Friday each month——Fish 5-8 p.m. $7
LAND 4th Saturday each month—Steak 4-8 p.m. $10
Realtor®, ABR Supporting the American Legion is a way of
“Your Hometown Realtor”
supporting the scholarship fund for area students.
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Our newsletter circulates to over 4,000 households.
In addition to that, our newsletter can be found on the web at
www.wagnalls.org and remains available in the Library for
visitors and new patrons for a two month period.
Consider us the next time you need to get the word out.
An ad this size costs $40 for each two month issue.
A discount is applied if you wish to sign up for a year.
Call The Wagnalls Memorial Foundation office
at (614)837-4765 ext104 or e-mail to email@example.com
Postage is going up again!
We all hate to hear it. You may think that the new one cent in-
Saturday April 26th, 9 am crease isn’t that much. The truth is that it isn't if you are only
mailing a card or a few bills. We, however, are mailing over
Once again we’re planning a clean-up day at the Wagnalls Me- 3,000 newsletters out to the people in the community.
morial facilities. We need help getting the grounds ready for
spring and summer. We need volunteers to help clean the If you frequently visit the library, you know that newsletters are
grounds as well as the inside of our building. These are ongoing available on the main floor. It would help us a lot if you would
tasks that our regular employees are unable to perform due to our pick one up instead of having us mail one out to you. Please fill
current heavy work load. out a form from the Circulation desk and ask that you be re-
moved from our newsletter mailing list. Our newsletters are
Everyone did a wonderful job in the fall and we hope you’ll come also available on line at www.wagnalls.org. You can check on
back to help us bring our gardens into full bloom once again. the latest news and print out only the pages you would like to
This is a great way for the community members to reciprocate for keep.
usage of our facilities and it is a good reason for a family group Another thing you might consider is to keep your current ad-
event. If you have cleaning supplies or garden tools, bring them dress up to date. The cost of having a newsletter returned to us
along. by the Post Office is twice what we paid to have it mailed.
If you would like to sign up for this project, please contact Shawn We will continue to send you a newsletter unless we hear from
Rickly, Maintenance supervisor, at (614) 837-4765 ext. 122. you. You may tear off the portion of this newsletter with your
Show your pride in our address and use it to notify us with a change of address or a re-
Community by helping us re- quest to stop the mailings.
store the grounds to their natu- Thank you for your help.
ral beauty . This way everyone
can enjoy them this summer!
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