Thank you to everyone who volunteered or purchased plants at this year’s Friends of the Library Plant Sale. It was a huge success. It brought in over $800. for the Friends organization. These fundraisers support the Friends in it’s effort in keeping the library effective in serving it’s patrons.
The Wellsville City Library is going to try to stay connected to it’s library users through Facebook. We sometimes need a quick way to get the word out about things that are happening in the library or the community and we hope this helps keep everyone informed. Click on the Facebook icon below and LIKE our page in order to keep updated on the happenings this summer at your library!
Congratulations to Lindy Manguso. She was crowned Miss Sweet 16 during Wellsville Days! Lindy is the daughter of Bart Manguso & Kris Allred. Miss Manguso was escorted by Mr. Trevor Heckman, the son of LeeAnn Heckman & Charlie Heckman.
This year’s first runner-up was Victoria Broers.
2nd runner up was Jessie Ewing.
We would like to thank all the young ladies who participated in this year’s contest.
Over $1500 was raised and will help the Friends of the Library purchase children’s books and computers.
Devin Brunk chose to help the Wellsville City Library with it’s building fund efforts for his Eagle Scout project. He lead Troop 63 in a fundraiser at Smokey’s Bar-B-Que to cover the cost of the materials needed to make the donation plaque. Once the funds were raised, he oversaw and assisted with the making of the plaques. The troop presented the library board with the plaque and remaining funds they had raised at the the board’s February meeting. The plaque is currently hanging in the library’s foyer. Our goal is to one day hang the plaques in a completed meeting room addition.
Wellsville City Library
115 W. 6th St.
P.O. Box 517
Wellsville, KS 66092
Mon., Tues., Wed., & Fri. 8:30-5:30 pm
Sat. 8:30-12:30 pm
The Library reserves the right to close due to bad weather.
Please call to verify the library is open if bad weather conditions exist.