Carmel Valley Library appreciates support

I would like to thank the City of San Diego’s library department, Councilmember Sherri Lightner and her team, and the Del Mar Highlands Town Center for providing the financial support to repair the exterior of our Carmel Valley Library. On any given day, members of our community of all ages enjoy activities such as story time, Family Music night, studying, tutoring, and exploring the stacks in search of a great read.

I’m so grateful that our community gem will shine like new and all in time for our 20th anniversary celebration, which will be Saturday, July 27, from noon-2 p.m. in the library’s community room. I hope you will all help us celebrate. The Friends of the Library are also fundraising to help spruce up the inside of our library (new upholstering for the chairs, repairing the wooden floor, etc.). Please consider joining the Friends of the Carmel Valley Library at any level (lifetime memberships are on sale through September 2013 for $250). You may pick up a Friends envelope at the library. Thank you as well to our community for their generosity in donating books to the library and shopping at our book sales that benefit the library.

Suzanne Bacon,

President, Friends of the San Diego Public Library, Carmel Valley Branch

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