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Wicktonville Library

The Wicktonville Library was established in 1911 as part of the library program initiated by Andrew Carnegie. Of course, Carnegie only paid for the building (one of his various failings as we began to study the man and his business practices), so acquiring books was a slower endeavor.

Today, Library has 12,044 books, 235 books on tape, and 171 video materials. We maintain subscriptions to 62 publications, including most major magazines, large financial and metropolitan newspapers and trade publications.

The Library's operating budget for 2005-2006 is $54,345, which helps support our two part-time librarians, a host of volunteer library staff, annual subscriptions and adding new books to our stacks. The Library also depends on the generosity of our community, fundraiser programs, and state and federal grants as part of our expanding of the books collection.

The Library is located at 1200 Civic Plaza. The library is open 10am-6pm Monday - Friday, and 10am - 4pm on Saturdays.

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