Volunteers are working hard through the month of May to secure funding for this project, which, according to committee member Luther Nervig, is a critical part of the community.
Sure, he’s heard from some wondering if the library is really that important. His response is that while not everyone goes to the library, the volume of traffic to the current library makes it clear that not only is the current library well used, but a larger one is needed.
The new plans include a larger footprint, providing double the square footage as the current facility. The larger area provides designated space for children, young adults, meeting spaces, and a makerspace for those interested in science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics.
Nervig decided to get involved in the…