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Waldron District Library

Waldron District Library

107 North Main Street
P.O. Box 136
Waldron, Mi 49288
517-286-6511

 

Director: Beth Taylor

Assistant: Sara Crain

 

Hours:
Sunday & Monday: closed
Tuesday - Thursday: 11am - 7pm
Friday: 11am - 4:30pm
Saturday: 9am - 12 noon


Library Heritage Room
Computer Work Area
Other Library Services
Other Library Information
Library Audit Reports

Library Heritage Room

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The Waldron District Library Heritage Room houses the history and heritage of the Waldron and Wright Township area. Historical items and displays are a part of the Heritage room. Anyone wishing to donate items to the Heritage room may contact the library at the following e-mail address.
books@wcomco.net

Documents/Forms:
Library Newsletter October 2013

Library Heritage Room [Click here to view full size picture]

Computer Work Area

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Microsoft Word, Excel, Front Page, Corel Web Photo, Power Point, Corel Draw and many other software applications are available to allow you to:

Do school papers
Make professional presentations
Make flyers/business cards/labels/brochures
Compose letters
Make spreadsheets and graphs

Or you may just want to surf the web, do research or play games on these computers with high speed DSL. There are 6 computers available on the Internet.
Computer Area [Click here to view full size picture]

Other Library Services

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Newspapers: Hillsdale, Morenci-Fayette
Microfilm Machine for reading and printing of old newspapers.
Copy Machine-Fax Machine
Michicard {Statewide library card}
Books [Click here to view full size picture]

Other Library Information

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Library Service Area

Wright Township and the Village of Waldron comprise the legal service area of the library and fund the Library through a tax millage.  Ransom and Amboy Township's are contracted Townships that have an agreement to provide support and a percentage of their penal fines in exchange for library services. The State of Michigan requires libraries to have local support.
Books and More [Click here to view full size picture]

Library Audit Reports

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Audit reports are here for reference purposes only.

 

This financial report is designed to provide a general overview of the District Library finances for all those with an interest in the finances. Questions concerning any of the information provided in this report or requests for additional financial information should be addressed to the Library Director.

Documents/Forms:
2004 Audit Report
2006 Audit Report
2008 Audit Report
2010 Audit Report
2012 Audit Report

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