Carbonear Public Library, Newfoundland

Ingles, Ernie; King, Martina
February 2008
Feliciter;2008, Vol. 54 Issue 1, p33
The article provides information on the public library Carbonear Public Library in Newfoundland. Librarians Brenda Peach and Maureen Snow are interested in their patrons' reading habits. The said library has many volunteers on the board and otherwise who donate their time like decorating the library for spring with pictures of flowers. Moreover, Maureen and board members were focused on weeding and barcoding the collection in preparation for automation of the library in September 2007.


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