" Remember When"
Memory Photos of Event
JR Coulter leading the troops Memorial Service
President Doris Dean and V President J.R. Coulter
Evelyn Rogers receives award from Betty Ann Nicholson Eva Newlon receives gift from Patty
Phone/IPad holder gave as gifts to members attending
Paula McGrew receives award from Patty
On April 14, 2019 a terrific storm passed by Lewis County. This storm only touched down in certain areas with very high winds. It decided to visit the library, but only made it to the pine trees along the front. We have approximatley 8 large pine trees down, and one old maple tree split in half that will also have to be taken down. We are in the process of getting estimates from tree removal companies. No doubt it will be very expensive. We estimate probably over $6000.00. Some have said get people to cut for firewood, but most people who burn wood do not burn pine. We need and appreciate any donations to this tree removal project. You can mail us a check, call library with C.Card info, or click on pay button below. See some of the fallen tree pictures and you will understand what a mess and big job.
Update: The trees are gone only the large old stumps remain. It would cost us extra for tree stump removal, which would involve heavy equipment to remove them and then fill dirt. We are thinking of ways to hide them, such as with pretty perennial flowers or a hedge. You got any suggestions? Thank You for your donations, it sure did help. The job cost us $5,475.00.