Rep. Miller Visits Caro Library to Present Book Donation
Caro, MI – Today, U.S. Representative Candice Miller (MI-10) presented a donation of new books to the Caro Area District Library, which were obtained through the U.S. Library of Congress’ surplus book program. Rep. Miller presented new books ranging from fiction, non-fiction, children’s and reference/education books to add to the Library’s collection.
“It was great to visit the Caro Area District Library today to donate new books from the Library of Congress,” Miller said after the event. “Director Erin Schmändt and her dedicated staff, with the support of other community leaders, have worked hard to provide top-notch educational resources to the community. I hope that today’s donation helps enhance the library’s already outstanding literary collection.”
About the Caro Area District Library:
Beginning as a ladies library society, the Caro Area District Library was formally established in 1914. For much of its history, it was housed in the Schall Elementary School, moving to its current location in 1978. Now serving over 12,000 residents, the library is not only as a place of learning and discovery, but also as a focal point of community events.