Algoma Library visitors asked to help supply teachers

Those looking for some new late summer reads at the Algoma Public Library are being asked to help teachers keep their classroom supplied this fall.  The library and the Algoma Optimist Club are asking parents to consider buying some extra pencils, notebooks or erasers and placing them in a pair of bins at the library.  The donated items will then be given to instructors at a Teachers Meet and Greet event at the library. Katie Haasch, Adult Service Librarian, says small donations make a big difference for students and teachers who sometimes have to reach into their own pockets to pay for supplies.



School supplies will be collected at the Algoma Public Library on Fremont Street through August 27th.

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