Chloe Cherubin (left) showing off her cartoon art with Library Director Travis Bautz (right)
Oakwood resident and illustrator, Chloe Cherubin, recently created original art for the Library. The art work features cartoon versions of the library’s unofficial mascots, the stuffed lions Tempus and Fugit, to visually identify browsing collections to youth patrons.
The Wright Memorial Public Library Foundation’s annual fund drive continues throughout the summer. If you have already donated, please come to the Library at your convenience to collect your gift. If you would like to see the donor gift items, they are on display behind the check-out counter.
Donor gifts include a large golf umbrella, a canvas bag, a coffee mug, and a set of note cards featuring the art of this year’s annual fund drive. Included with all donations is a car decal of the Library’s new logo. The logo decals are appearing on the back windows of vehicles all over the community. It’s a great way to show your support!
Anyone wishing to donate to the Foundation’s 2014 annual fund drive can do so by mail, at the library, or online at www.wrightlibrary.org/wright-library-foundation.
Wright Memorial Public Library is pleased to introduce Overdue Poems: In Celebration of Libraries, Reading and Books, a poetry chapbook by our very own Wright Library Poets! Encounter literary mashups, explore the hot imagination, wander through time and more in poems sure to delight and inspire readers everywhere. Featuring cover art by Oakwood High School senior, Annie Stuckey, Overdue Poems is available for $2 at the library with all proceeds going to support library writing programs. This book was made possible by a grant from Wright Memorial Public Library Foundation.