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The Saguache Book Club held! their montnly meeting at the Library on Wednesday, Jan. 11 and discussed "When You Reach Ma," a novel for young adults by Rebecca Stead. All agreed that the book deserved its Newberry Award given to the best of the year's books for this age group, even though the primary plot involved the concept of time-traveling, which is not a popular topic with the group. A good portion of the meeting was spent discussing which books the group would read in the coming months, resulting in about twenty good' suggestions to chcse from. - Next month's meeting will be Wednesday, Feb. 15 at 5:45 in toe S.guache Library and the book up for discussion will be Tina Fey's memoir "Bossypants." Copies will be available at the Library and everyone interest sd in joining the discussion is invited to attend.
The Friends of the Library also met this week, on Friday, Jan. 13. This was a special meeting, held for the purpose of electing new officers to serve for the coming year. Hillary Conroy was elected the new president and Lorraine Stepenski was elected vice-president, although she was not present at the meeting and has yet to con-firm her willingness to serve in this capacity. Kathy Gaddes will continue to serve as the group's secretary and Jean Wilcox agreed to step in as treasurer. The next regular meeting of the Frier ds will be Friday, Feb. 10 at 11:00 a.m. in the Library.
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