, Newburyport, MA


June 17, 2013

Thanks to teacher, students for new shed

To the editor:

The staff and trustees of the Langley-Adams Library would like to thank Earl Corr, cooperative education teacher at Whittier Regional Vocational Technical High School, and his carpentry students for building our new storage shed.

In collaboration with the library trustees, Mr. Corr and his students spent this past fall and winter constructing a shed to store items for our annual book sale fundraisers. The new shed is complete with a ramp, book drop, skirting and electricity. We previously stored book sale items in a rented storage pod. What a difference it makes to have a larger, permanent, well-organized shed.

We enjoyed getting to know Mr. Corr and his students and sincerely appreciate their service to our community.

Nathalie Harty, Director

Langley-Adams Library, Groveland

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