The Fort Morgan Public Library is calling on community members of all ages to join in spreading care and joy throughout the community.
The library’s new Share to Care program asks patrons to make cards or bring in generic or blank greeting cards for donation. Children’s Librarian LynnDee Koehler will then distribute the cards around the community for people that could use some note of joy or care throughout the holiday months and beyond. Recipients may include nursing homes, the SHARE house, Family Center, Veteran Resource Group, or anywhere or anyone in need of some cheer.
The Share to Care program will run from now through Feb. 18, 2022.
Patrons can utilize Makerspace time to make cards, or if they need supplies the library has construction paper and other items they can utilize any time to craft cards. The cards can have messages in them or be blank.
Donations of cards can be placed in a clear tub located in the main library upstairs. If a patron asks for a card that they can send to or share with someone they care about that needs a “pick me up,” that is okay, too! The cards are for anyone in need!
If you have any questions please contact LynnDee Koehler at 970-542-4014.
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