Please Welcome Our New Library Director
“The Clymer Library Board of Trustees is pleased to announce the appointment of our new Library Director, Anne Hogya. After interviewing a number of qualified candidates for the position by our Search Committee, the Board unanimously approved their recommendation of Anne based on her 22 years of library management experience in New York and Pennsylvania and her commitment to furthering the community outreach and increased program development at Clymer. Anne has most recently been Library Director at both South Country Library in Belport, New York and Pittston Area Memorial Library where she introduced various education programs and tripled program offerings while overseeing construction of a new addition doubling the size of the library. Anne also has extensive experience in grant writing and other important fundraising activities needed to supplement tax revenue. She resides in Buck Township with her husband and is an avid gardener.
Anne inherits a dedicated staff and volunteers who have worked diligently to maintain patron services during the search. They are ready to hit the ground running with our new Director. Please join us in welcoming Anne and be sure to say hello next time you visit Clymer Library.”
Adult Summer Reading Program – June through August
Clymer Library announces the theme of the 2017 Adult Summer Reading Program, “Build a Better World.” Patrons are invited to try something new this summer: at home, in the community, throughout the country, and around the globe. Read a new book, try a new craft, meet new people, and learn about new places. For more information, call the library at (570) 646-0826. Register online or at the library and read/log one book to receive a special gift. Patrons who read and log books will be eligible for our weekly prize drawings. All programs are free of charge, so click on the image to get started!
Kids’ Summer Reading Program – June through August
The “Build a Better World” Summer Reading Program continues throughout the season. You can register online or at the library. Make sure to color a paper village model to decorate our library shelves. At each subsequent library visit, show how you are building a better world by adding your “Acts of Kindness” leaves to our tree display. The Summer Reading Program activities and programs focus on ways we can help build a better world. A calendar listing the specific days and times of each program and activity is included in the registration packet. All programs are free of charge, so click on the image to get started!
Teen Summer Reading Program – June through August
Build a Better World! This year’s Summer Reading Experience for Teens continues throughout the season. Sign up online or at the library for a free account, and then keep track of how much you read to earn prizes and raffle entries. The Grand Prize is a $75 Amazon Gift Card! The teen program is open to students who have just completed grades 6-12. All programs are free of charge, so click on the image to get started!