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Check this out!! A nicely decorated spinet piano just in time for Birdfest is available throughout the month of October as the Silent Auction item benefitting the new Ridgefield library. Bidding started October 1 (see the item and make your bid at the library). Don’t miss out on these wonderful additions to your game collection and the chance to support a GREAT cause. Money raised helps fund a new, bigger, and better library in Ridgefield. At the end of October, the highest bidder will be notified. Questions? Contact Tevis Laspa (360-600-0943) As always, thank you for supporting YOUR library!

The golf tournament last Sunday was a big success and brought in about $4000 for the library building fund. The weather was perfect: cool and brisk with high clouds, the food was great as were the raffle prizes. Thanks to all who participated. By far the most popular raffle prize was the fixings for Moscow mules, including four cups, a pitcher, and a cookbook  with the recipe. It was donated by Jim Vincent of Vincent Construction Management. Thanks Jim!

It’s easy to donate to the library building fund. Make your check out to the Friends of the Ridgefield Library and mail it to PO Box 534, Ridgefield, WA 98642, or take it to the library. Contributions may be tax deductible. If you want to be a Cornerstone member by donating $1000, the money can be paid in regular increments, but you do need to sign a form in order for the Treasurer to track payments. You can designate your donation be used only for the building fund if you like.

An anonymous donor has pledged to match donations to the Ridgefield Library over $10,000, up to a million dollars. Please consider this option. There is a time factor to this offer, so act now. Donations don’t have to be in money – all sorts of other options are available – land, cars, jewelry, etc. Think outside the box…

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