Library Board

Columbia County Rural Library Board of Trustees meets on the 3rd Monday of every month at 7pm in the Delany Room.

Members Include:

Tanya Patton, Chair(4/1/15 to 3/31/20)

119 S. Patit Rd.
Dayton, WA 99328
(509) 382-4458
tpatton@columbiaenergyllc.com

June Riley, Vice Chair (4/1/13 to 3/31/18)

733 S 3rd St.
Dayton, WA 99328
(509) 382-2893

Cindi Abbott, Secretary

208 S 3rd St.
Dayton, WA 99328
509-270-0845
cincin_abbott@hotmail.co

Karin Spann, Board Member

1521 S. 5th St.
Dayton, WA 99328
(307) 461-7671
karinspann@rocketmail.com

 

Friends of the Library

We also have a highly active Friends of the Library group who assist in a variety of support services, as well as fundraising efforts.

  • 2017 Officers:
    • Lois Hemphill, President
    • Lorna Barth, Vice President
    • Sylvia Beuhler, Secretary
    • Pam Russell, Treasurer
  • Members:
    • Audrey Eaton
      Betty Keller
      Sandy Dare

To contact the Friends of the Library please email us at friends@daytonmemoriallibrary.org

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  1. To: Library Director
    I wanted to take this opportunity to make you aware of a good romantic/suspense novel that my mother wrote. My mom is 88 years old and recently decided to publish her book Monique! She lives in Arkansas now but lived in Seattle Washington years ago. The book is now available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble to name a few.
    Below is a summary that is on Amazon:
    Monique is a young woman who works as a secretary to support herself and her invalid mother. They have a loving relationship. Her father was dead. She and her mother lived in a rental home, and they budgeted to pay the bills. Then her mother’s doctor called Monique to his office and told her that her mother needed a serious operation, and it would be very expensive. The doctor was a good friend to both Monique and her mother. Monique was frantic about her mother and how she would pay for this very necessary operation. Monique’s boss Eric assured her he would pay for the operation and take care of her mother if Monique would marry him. He had been asking her for months to marry him. Monique’s mother did not know of this operation but could see that Monique was worried about something. She urged Monique to relax and spend the day skiing. So here she was skiing down a slope in an area off the usual skiers’ area. She was all alone. Then a curve came up, and as Monique turned the corner, she saw a big tree right in front of her. She crashed into the tree, and her life was changed forever.
    The book is called Monique, my mother’s name is Colleen Crispi and the ISBN (paperback) 9781640283763.
    If interested, please forward to whomever orders your books. Thank you for your time and consideration. Sheri Bickford, author’s daughter

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