Rep. Miller Makes Book Donation to Algonac-Clay Library

Apr 5, 2013 Issues: Education
Pictured: Library Board Member Leo Narlock, Library Board Member Mary Jane Hardy, Rep. Candice Miller, Library Branch Lead Scott Nichols, Library Branch Coordinator Melba Moss, Library Board Member Karoline Kuhn and Clay Twp. Supervisor Artie Bryson
Rep. Miller Makes Book Donation to Algonac-Clay Library

Harrison Township, MI – U.S. Representative Candice Miller (MI-10) today visited the Algonac-Clay Library and made a donation of books obtained through the Library of Congress’ surplus book donation program in Washington, DC.

“The Algonac-Clay Library has served our community for more than a hundred years and has upheld the solemn tradition of providing helpful information to all age groups, a place for minds to be enriched, as well as a place to gather as a community.  I hope the donation of books will additionally enhance the Library’s collection and kick start the celebration of National Library Week beginning on April 14th,” Miller said.  “The effects libraries can have on an individual are priceless, and the staff supporting this wonderful facility has done a tremendous job enhancing the quality of life for those in our community by responding to the informational, educational, cultural and recreational needs of its citizens.  I applaud every staff member as they continue to invest in our community.”

Algonac-Clay Library’s History:
The Algonac-Clay Library was formed in 1901 by the Ladies Library Association.  It was the third library to become affiliated with the St. Clair County Library System, and it had many homes along its history.  In March 1997, the library moved into its current location, the former Hemenger Hardware property.  The Algonac-Clay Branch of the St. Clair County Library serves a population of over 13,000 residents through its many programs, a wide range of materials, and modernized facilities.  For more information: