RELEASED ON April 22, 2013

East Windsor TOWNSHIP RECOGNIZEs
NATIONAL LIBRARY WEEK

Mayor Janice S. Mironov proclaimed National Library Week April 14 to 20, with the theme "Communities Matter @ Your Library," and recognized the important role of the two East Windsor branches of the Mercer County Library system, noting that ”our libraries are key centers for the community.” The Mayoral Proclamation issued by Mayor Mironov states, “our public libraries safeguard the right of Americans to free access to read, learn and connect to information on all subjects and representing all points of view, serving as a cornerstone of our democracy.” The Proclamation continues, “librarians provide the essential guidance and support needed by children, teenagers and adults alike in their search for knowledge and information, as well as their pursuit of a vocational and leisure interests.”

Mayor Janice Mironov presented the Proclamation, along with Barnes and Noble gift certificates donated by Shiseido America, to representatives of the two East Windsor branches of the Mercer County Library system, the Hickory Corner branch and the Twin Rivers branch. The local libraries were represented by Phyllis Anker, East Windsor’s County Library Commission Member; Sharon Galbraith Ryder, Branch Manager of the Hickory Corner Library branch and Nancy Demme, Youth Services Librarian of the Twin Rivers Library branch.


East Windsor Township Mayor Janice S. Mironov proclaimed National Library Week April 14 to 20, 2013. Pictured (from left to right) are: Phyllis Anker, East Windsor’s County Library Commission Member; Nancy Demme, Youth Services Librarian, Twin Rivers Library branch; Sharon Galbraith Ryer, Branch Manager, Hickory Corner Library branch and East Windsor Mayor Janice Mironov.

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