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Since last month we have made a lot of progress towards developing our next strategic plan. 330-832-5037Summer Reading Club Closing Festivities Wednesday, August 2 --- p.m. Kids of all ages up to grade six are invited to drop in during this open house to have fun with a Build-A-House craft, a CAN-struction food collection and building activity, and a life-size Busy Town! Children under age six must be accompanied by an adult. 330-832-5037Fun Fest 2017 Saturday, August 12 --- a.m. Children's Department staff will be at the downtown Fun Fest. Askren Branch Book Club Barry Askren Memorial Branch Tuesday, August 15 --- a.m. Limited seating offered on a first-come, first-served basis.

We finished collecting community surveys, and held three very constructive focus groups of library staff and the public. 330-832-5037Massillon Genealogical Society Meeting "Dating and Identifying Old Photographs" Wednesday, August 2 --- p.m. 330-832-5037Simply Stories Friday, August 11 --- a.m. Simply Stories is designed to emphasize books and the arts of reading and storytelling. "La Rose" by Louise Erdrich No registration required.

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The House version of the budget cut libraries’ share of the state’s General Revenue Fund from 1.7% down to 1.66%, but the Senate version changed that to 1.68%, and that change “stuck” through final versions and on to the Governor’s signature. We are especially grateful for the support of our State Senator Scott Oelslager who chairs the Senate Finance Committee. 312Red Cross Blood Drive Friday, August 18 --- a.m. The community is invited to take part in this lifesaving event to help boost the blood supply and ensure blood products are on the shelves for patients in need. 330-832-5037Simply Stories Friday, August 25 --- a.m. Simply Stories is designed to emphasize books and the arts of reading and storytelling. She graduated in 2015 from Perry High School where she was a part of their art program and is now a senior at Kent State University, majoring in Special Education Teaching.

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