WOODSTOCK – The Whitman Memorial Library floor in the old section has been refinished. The project was made possible through money received by renting the basement to the state last summer. Gerald Broomhall refinished the floor.

Sandra Whitman of Grafton, Wisc., niece of Gil and Liz Whitman of Bryant Pond, is sending books and books on tape periodically. The following is a list of the most recent contribution:

“The Road Ahead,” Gates; “Cane River,” Tademy; “Guns, Freedom and Terrorism,” LaPierre; “Turn Your Passions into Profit,” Allon; “Nickel and Dimed,” Ehrenreich; “The Wreath Book,” Pulleyn; “Laura,” Felix; “A Bride’s Book of Wedding Tradition,” Stewart; “When I Am an Old Woman, I Shall Wear Purple,” Martz.

Also, “Anna Karenina,” Tolstoy; “The Summer Guest,” Cronin; “Midnight Champagne,” Ansay; “A Patchwork Planet,” Tyler; “A Fatal Vineyard Season,” Craig; “The Alibi,” Brown; “What We Keep,” Berg; “Hamsters,” Parslow; “Benjamin’s Balloon,” Baker; “Dear America – Standing by the Light, diary of Catharine Carey Logan.

Also, “Dear America – Christmas After All,” diary of Minnie Swift; “The Night before Christmas,” Moore; “I Spy – Super Challenger” and “I Spy – Spooky Night,” Scholastic books.

Books on tape are “Seven Stories of Christmas Love,” Buscaglia; “Life Support,” Gerritsen; and “Pride and Prejudice,” read by Patricia Hodge.


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