Posts Tagged ‘Friends of the Wenatchee Library’

Support the Library at Pybus

The library is overdue for a renovation and we are so close to our goal! Help us get there by supporting your library on November 30 when you spend money at Pybus Public Market*! Visit wplcampaign.org for more information about the capital campaign. *Select businesses

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Wenatchee Library Close To Capital Campaign Goal For Renovation

Friends of the Wenatchee Public Library launched a capital campaign fundraiser last year to raise $1.5 million for a major renovation of the library, which was built in 1959. Joining Dan Langager in the KOHO studio is Courtney Tiffany, the Wenatchee Library’s Branch Manager, and Jeff Neher, committee chair of the campaign. Neher said they’re…

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Wenatchee Central Lions, Our Valley Our Future Donate to Library Renovation

Two more community organizations are supporting the effort to renovate the nearly 60-year-old Wenatchee Public Library. Friends of the Wenatchee Public Library announced this week it recently received pledges from the Wenatchee Central Lions Club and Our Valley, Our Future on its way to raising $1.5 million. Check out Dan Langager’s full interview here.

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Wenatchee Library Over Halfway to Capital Campaign Goal

Friends of the Wenatchee Public Library launched a capital campaign fundraiser earlier this year to raise $1.5 million for a major renovation of the library, which was built in 1959. Joining Dan Langager in the KOHO studio is Courtney Tiffany, the Wenatchee Library’s Branch Manager, and Jeff Neher, committee chair of the campaign. Neher says…

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Community Foundation of NCW Awards Teacher Grants, Honors Late Wilfred Woods

Beth Stipe, Executive Director of the Community Foundation of North Central Washington, joins Chris Hansen in the KOHO studio to talk about the Manson Giving Great Grants program, Stronger School grants, Methow Valley non-profit grants, the foundation’s upcoming Non-profit Practices Institute, a fundraiser underway to renovate the Wenatchee Public Library and the new Wilfred Woods…

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