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Download SHARE. If you aren’t acquainted with this ap or website, let me tell you, it is wonderful! People who use their cell phones for going on-line might download it through their ap store. One lady just typed “Chrisman Public Library” into the ap store search and it came up. I’m more comfortable with an…

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Have you ordered your garden seed yet? We didn’t receive any catalogs, but I know of several websites that you can order from. We also have many good gardening books: Rodale’s Organic Gardening, Newspaper, pennies, and cardboard for growing a better garden, The postage Stamp Garden book, How to grow your own vegetables, The new…

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I’m sitting here missing the book reviews! Do you remember last summer when we had people submit their thoughts, opinions, summary of a particular book? You can still do that! Anytime you want to jot down a few sentences on a book, just do it! We are interested in what you think, particularly on books…

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New Year! New ideas are needed from our patrons, adults and children alike! The Library would like to start up story-time for the children. After school has been the normal setting for this program but we would like to hear from the parents as they are the ones delivering and transporting the children. Please let…

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From the bottom of my heart, I want to thank the Good Samaritan who plowed in front of the library. I was out there with my shovel trying, but there was a deep ridge of snow and it was a pretty hopeless situation. So—THANK YOU! This is a great time of year to take it…

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Well, it’s just about Christmas and everybody is VERY busy. Here is a recipe that you can put in the oven. It’s on page 101 of the Chrisman Sesquicentenial Cookbook and was submitted by Nancy Hodge. (Cookbook still available for $10!) Breakfast Casserole 32 oz bag shredded hashbrowns 2/3 c melted butter 2 c shredded…

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We had a nice visit from Santa the other Wednesday night. He was looking well and even younger than last year! The kids came in after the Christmas parade and got to listen to him read the Night Before Christmas poem. They then had a little chat with him individually and headed home! It was…

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The Library became a “slumber party” for 20 stuffed animals – Hank, Porter, Bear Bear, Smoky, Pinky Pie, Penny, Chompy, Rexy, Susie, Tyrone, Bowser, Fluffy Kitty, Puppy, Cambry, Max, Grinch, Henry, Whiskers, Rainbow, and Tigey! The 20 children brought their “pets” to the Library Friday night and made name tags, sleep masks and blankets for…

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We are looking forward to the Stuffed Animal Sleepover. We’ll have pictures of the little critters posed playing games, reading books, probably playing on the computers. So the next time you are in the library after Saturday, December 3rd take a look at the fun time the toys had! We have it confirmed that Santa…

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On Wednesday, December 7th, we MAY have a very special guest. I say may because he is a very mysterious guy! All children are invited to the library after the Christmas parade. We will read the Night Before Christmas story and pick out a book and get a snack to go. Thursday is a school…

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