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Foundation donates to library project

6:37 PM, Feb. 4, 2013  |  Comments
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The WoodTrust-Bell Foundation Inc. will donate $75,000 to McMillan Memorial Library for the Youth Services Renovation Project. The grant will fund a new story hour-activity area, a computer area for older children and a fenced-in garden on the Lincoln Street side of the building. Construction bids for the project will be sought during February. The renovation effort is scheduled to be finished early this summer.

WoodTrust-Bell Foundation President Rebecca Kettleson said, "Our foundation has been a long-time supporter of McMillan Memorial Library. The library board and staff have continued to move the library forward, keeping it current and reinvesting in this wonderful community asset. We are very pleased to have the opportunity to support the new initiatives they are undertaking, and we can't wait to see the end product."

Library Director Ron McCabe said, "The WoodTrust-Bell Foundation's ongoing support of McMillan Library is deeply appreciated. Thanks to the foundation, the renovated youth services area will be a wonderful improvement to the library that the community will enjoy for many years to come."

For more information, call the library at 715-422-5136.

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