Tables of Content Fundraiser a Delicious Success for Elizabeth Taber Library.
Book discussions were lively and dinners delightful as more than 75 residents and friends gathered at various Marion homes on two evenings for the third annual Tables of Content fundraiser to support the Elizabeth Taber Library. Several book titles were offered; participants chose a book to discuss and joined a dinner party with others similarly interested. Destinations and fellow guests were kept secret until just days before the event adding to the excitement!
These clever events were great fundraisers and friend raisers. Look for next year’s special books and join in the fun!
Special appreciation goes to our dinner table hosts and discussion cofacilitators:
Host: Sandria Parsons, Cohost: Trudy Kingery
Hosts: Joan and Ed Tiffany, Cohosts: Heather and Kitt Sawitsky
Hosts: Meg and Barry Steinberg, Cohost: Dana Andersen
Host: Susan Mead, Cohosts: Travis Woolcott and Nan Johnson
Host: Elise Frangos, Cohost: George Ferris
Host: Sally Fallon, Cohost: Kathy Reed
Host: Jennifer and Davis Webb, Cohosts: Ginny and Barry Levenson
Thank you also to the Elizabeth Taber Library staff for their untiring support and assistance.
The nearly $4,000 raised will support the Library’s long-range plan to upgrade its collection, technology, furniture and programming. The Elizabeth Taber Library receives 70% of its budget from the Town, and the remainder of the budget is funded by individual and corporate sponsors and patrons’ participation in events like Trivia Night, Tables of Content, the summer book sale and various other fundraising activities throughout the year.
To participate in the 2023 Table of Content event as a host/cohost or to join the Tables of Content committee, please contact: Elizabeth Taber Library Director, Elizabeth Sherry at 508-748-1252 or Joyce LeBlanc at 508-971-9849.
Joyce M Leblanc, Tables of Content Committee
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