Funding cutbacks at the Internal Revenue Service mean fewer tax documents at one local library.
E.U. Demmer Director Erica Brewster says the IRS has informed them fewer tax forms will be available at the library....
"....we're only going to have Forms 1040, 1040A, and 1040 EZ supplied by the IRS to us. So if you're in need of the instruction booklet, or any of the schedules or any other forms those will not be supplied to libraries...."
Parents and children gathered in Three Lakes Tuesday…to mark fifty years of reading stories out loud at the library.
Demmer Library in Three Lakes celebrated the 50th anniversary of its Story Hour yesterday.
In 1964, there was no kindergarten program in the public schools. Barbara Holtz and Virginia Javenkoski started Story Hour help teach young children the social skills they’d need for school. Mrs. Holtz recalls the Three Lakes’ town board’s response to starting a Story Hour:
The Three Lakes town board has unanimously approved a proposal to expand the local library. The board of trustees has been planning the renovation for more than three years.
The plan for renovating and expanding the Edward U. Demmer Memorial Library includes a 4000 square foot addition. Board President Vicki Ruehling says the extra space is badly needed, and points to a 20 percent increase in the number of library visits last year.