Dear Library Patrons,
What a year 2020 was. I know some loved ones were lost to us; I offer my condolences to those of you who did lose loved ones. I hope you are recovering and doing well. COVID-19 really threw a monkey wrench in our lives but being the resilient people we are, we adapted. Sometimes the library provided curbside only service, sometimes it was curbside or limited in-person. We learned a lot, how to do tasks differently, and you did too. Thank you for your patience and understanding through all of that. As a library we tried to find ways to provide services for you through phone calls, emails, and virtual services. Sometimes you called and said just put a bunch of books in a bag for me, and we did, and brought them out to your car for you. We were glad to do that. We changed library management systems to provide a self-check module, and better online catalog uses like placing holds on books. COVID-19 couldn’t stop avid readers or business. We copied, printed, Faxed, and notarized and brought the papers to you outside. Together we worked through COVID-19. Hopefully, we’ve seen the worst of it and it’s a little easier moving forward.