The library is partnering with Accurate IT Services to help keep waste out of Ohio landfills. During the month of April, the library will be a collection site for the community to drop off computer and electronic items to be recycled.
The Cardington-Lincoln Public Library celebrated national Library Week with Edgar Award-winning local author, Mindy McGinnis. The Mingle with Mindy event on April 8 was an opportunity for guests to purchase signed copies of the Cardington resident's eighth book. "Heroine" is a compassionate, compelling, and terrifying story about a high school softball player's addiction to opioids. This cautionary tale is a young adult fiction work that will help readers undertand how heroin can infiltrate event the most promising lives. (Kirkus Starred Review)
Update: The vacancy has been filled. Look for future opportunities to join the board near the end of each year for terms beginning January 1.
The Cardington-Lincoln Public Library has a vacancy for a library trustee with a 7-year term beginning January 1, 2019. This is a volunteer position. Interested Cardington-Lincoln School District residents should send a cover letter accompanied by a resume or other statement of qualifications to the President Board of Trustees, Cardington-Lincoln Public Library, P.O. Box 38, Cardington, OH 43315. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.