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Konkle Memorial Library is getting a refresh!

Read more in this WNEP article.

Those who are interested can stop in to pick up a contribution form or call  570-368-1840 to have a brochure mailed. Online donations can also be made by visiting: fcfpartnership.org/give/donate-online and choosing “Konkle Memorial Library Fund.”

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Fairfield Auto Group supports Konkle Library Capital Campaign

W.B. Konkle Memorial Library announced on Tuesday an exciting and generous philanthropic gift from the Fairfield Auto Group/Bill and Lorraine Manos Foundation.

The “Time to Refresh” campaign committee reports a donation of $25,000 towards its largest fundraising initiative in its history.

Rick Quigley, General Manager of Fairfield Auto Group, said, “Giving back to our local community means a lot to our organization. Being able to support local non-profit organizations means we can show our appreciation to our customers who benefit from the Konkle Library and who have supported our auto business.”

Dennis Correll, Konkle Board President, states, “The support of an organization such as the Fairfield Auto Group demonstrates their commitment to assist organizations in our community that are serving Lycoming County residents.”

As the library undergoes a major renovation of its space, the goal is to improve accommodations for people of all ages and abilities and to give Konkle Library a whole new look.

Those who are interested can stop in to pick up a contribution form or call 570-368-1840 to have a brochure mailed. Online donations can also be made by visiting: www.fcfpartnership.org/give/donate-online and choosing “Konkle Memorial Library Fund.”

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Fletcher Quigley, Used Car Manager; Eric Hamilton, Sales Manager; Donna Miller, campaign co-chair; Rick Quigley, General Manager; and Dennis Correll, Konkle Board President.

The Konkle Memorial Library has joined forces with the American Library Association to participate in the Libraries Transform campaign. Libraries Transform highlights how libraries are community centers of information, technology and learning that fuel educational and economic opportunity for all of our citizens. Libraries contribute to education, employment, entrepreneurship, engagement and empowerment, and are catalysts for powerful individual and community change. Please share your “because” statement about how the library has helped transform your life!