Library asks readers to help with move

With the Jackson County Library poised to move to its new home, patrons with valid library cards are asked to make the move easier by checking out library materials for an extended period of time. The more books and other items which are checked out by patrons, the less the library staff will have to move.

During the week of Monday, April 25, through Saturday, April 30, patrons can come into the current library and check out one or more containers full of library items. Each item checked out during this week will be stamped with a due date of Monday, June 13. No return items will be accepted on Saturday, June 11, the date of the grand opening. Items returned after June 13 will incur the usual late fees.


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