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Posted on: September 13, 2017

Library window-cling decals for sale to raise funds for new library

A patron reads at the library

The Friends of the Spring Hill Public Library now has vinyl cling library decals available for purchase at the library circulation desk. The brightly colored decals can be attached to vehicle windows and are easily removed. Each decal costs $3.

The total cost of the project was underwritten by a donation from a member of the Friends group and all proceeds will benefit the library. The Friends of the Library is a 501(c)(3), tax-exempt organization.

The City of Spring Hill has recognized the public library’s expanding needs as the City’s population continues to increase and has committed to construct a new public library facility. In anticipation of the new facility, the Friends organization has pledged to raise funds to furnish several spaces in the new library.

Fundraisers are planned in addition to the quarterly book sales, donations, book bag sales and the sale of the new vinyl decals.

“Spring Hill Public Library services benefit every citizen of Spring Hill, northern Maury County and southern Williamson County,” said Wendy Lord, president of the Friends. “The members of the Friends are committed to be a supportive voice and financial partner for the library.”

 Please show your support of the Spring Hill Public Library. Stop by the library, 144 Kedron Parkway, and purchase one or more clings for display on your car.

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