Million Pennies Campaign raises $181.52 in November/December 2012!

We’re proud to announce that you, our loyal library users, contributed $181.52 in cash and change to our Million Pennies Campaign in November and December 2012. We have now raised $7,372.58 since the start of the campaign in April 2010. Thanks for your generosity!

The Library staff would like to extend a hearty thank you to our most recent donors: Clint Holloway, Rebecca Miller, and Katie Siebenaler. Rebecca Miller is the winner of our monthly drawing, and she  receives the hardcover White Oleander by Janet Fitch. Congratulations, Rebecca!

Bring your loose change (or cash or checks) and drop it into the plastic cube at the Circulation Desk. If you’d like us to thank you by name, please write your name on one of the slips of paper in the tray next to the cube. We’ll let everyone know about your generosity. Next month’s prize is the 2004 paperback The Time Traveler’s Wife by Audrey Niffenegger. We’ll draw a winner on February 1st from the names we’ve collected. When we reach our goal, we’ll allow you, the contributors, to name a study room whatever you like. Every penny helps! (If you’re not familiar with the Campaign, check out original post on the library blog.)

Incidentally, we will also take your unwanted but gently used books, DVDs, Blu-Rays, and audiobooks for our Million Pennies Book Drive, which also benefits the Campaign. There’s a donation box in the library lobby. Thanks again!