BALL hears of library history
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Library director Cynthia Blatherwick
Library director Cynthia Blatherwick
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BALL (Be Active Live Longer) met Friday, Feb. 1, at the First United Methodist Church for its monthly luncheon.

Valentine’s Day was the theme of the decorations. Nyla Irwin and Jane Cecil were right on target with the table decorations. Red and white echoed through the room. These ladies are very clever at decorating.

Those present heard Cynthia Blatherwick, director of the Joe Barnhart Bee County Library, give a brief history of our county library. The first library was started in 1887 and occupied a corner in the county courthouse. The library was relocated in several places until 2001 when Dr. Joe Barnhart donated the Praeger Building as a permanent location.

BALL invites all senior citizens to come and bring a friend to the March luncheon when Janet Carter will share her photos of places visited.
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