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The Pierson Library is bustling these days. Director Kip Robertson happily reports that library circulation is up 9.2 percent from last year and electronic materials are up 61 percent. In fact, the library boasts over 1,300 visitors on the average per week. The local library has most books that appear on the NY Times best seller list, an extensive collection of DVDs and books on tape, computer access, coffee – a wonderful gathering place for the community.  In fact the library recently ordered a book, “America the Possible” by James Gustave Speth, that I asked about and I had it in my hands a week later. I highly recommend it!   Photo by Laurie Caswell Burke

The Pierson Library is bustling these days. Director Kip Robertson happily reports that library circulation is up 9.2 percent from last year and electronic materials are up 61 percent. In fact, the library boasts over 1,300 visitors on the average per week. The local library has most books that appear on the NY Times best seller list, an extensive collection of DVDs and books on tape, computer access, coffee – a wonderful gathering place for the community. In fact the library recently ordered a book, “America the Possible” by James Gustave Speth, that I asked about and I had it in my hands a week later. I highly recommend it! Photo by Laurie Caswell Burke

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