December 2023

February 2024 issue of BookPage

February 2024 BookPage is Here!

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Captain Steve Hurkman, 6th Assembly District, First Responder of the Year

Representative Schmidt presented Captain Steve Hurkman with the 2023 “First Responder of the Year” award during the fall. “I was proud to honor Captain Steve Hurkman as the 6th Assembly District First Responder of the Year,” said Rep. Schmidt. “Captain Steve Hurkman has served humbly as a first responder for the City of Seymour Fire

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Bonnie and Shari are two grandmothers who recorded books for their mutual twin granddaughters!

Special project for two grandmothers

/*! elementor – v3.18.0 – 08-12-2023 */ .elementor-widget-image{text-align:center}.elementor-widget-image a{display:inline-block}.elementor-widget-image a img[src$=”.svg”]{width:48px}.elementor-widget-image img{vertical-align:middle;display:inline-block} On December 13, Bonnie Rohloff and Shari Eick came to the library to record books for their mutual twin granddaughters. These Hallmark books have the technological ability for people to record their narrations. The girls will have the voices of their grandmothers, reading

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Reach Out and Read

FMPL is funding the REACH OUT AND READ program in Seymour, WI. Hurray!  Children from birth to 3 are given books at wellness visits at these three clinics in Seymour: Aurora, Bellin and Pervea. FMPL cares about fostering readers and the habit of reading within young families. Stickers giving credit to FMPL will be put in each book

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Ellen (Piehl) Duffy

Ellen (Piehl) Duffy – library star, helping our patrons when we are unable to. Public libraries are known for having genealogical materials available to the public. Organizing local information is a natural function of a library. Some large libraries even have the luxury of having a staff member who serves as their genealogist. We are

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Jayne Zuleger

It is so great when your patrons are invested in the library’s missions! Our patron, Jayne Zuleger, understands the importance of putting good books into the hands of young children and families to strengthen literacy. She recently donated these two delightful books to the library after meeting the author and having one of them signed

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James Biles

This week’s LIBRARY STAR is JAMES BILES. James and his family have been library stars since they moved to the area. They like to read books, watch movies, and check out video games. We do not have video games at our location because our current budget and current space are not conducive to them. But

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