The Palermo Community Library will broadcast its 18th annual meeting on Facebook Live Sunday, July 12, at 2 p.m. Trustee Andy Pottle will be filming/producing the online event.
Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, the library had planned to host Captain David Sulin, a 20th Maine civil war re-enactor, to speak about Palermo residents in the civil war, specifically, the Battle of Gettysburg. He looks forward to giving this presentation in the future. The library will not have a speaker at this year’s event; it will be a customary business meeting including the election of officers. The public is invited to join the meeting virtually—check out Palermo Community Library on Facebook for details of how to participate.
Also, please note that the library has curbside pickup available for library materials. See the website for details: www.palermo.lib.me.us.
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