1. $250.00 worth of garden books were donated to the Carnegie Library in Ironwood, MI and to the City of Hurley, WI library
L to R. Lynne Librarian, then Vic and Zona
Zona and yes, Lynn the Librarian, and Vic
New Marenisco Public Library Receives Gardening Books 2012
Gordon Frase, President of the Range Master Gardener Association, presented Karen Raisanen, a Friend of the Library Volunteer, ten new gardening books for adults and several books with childrens’ gardening activities. The Marenisco library is the seventh library in the area to receive gardening books.
The RMGV Association is a group of certified Master Gardeners from Gogebic County, MI and Iron County, WI. Their objective is to provide horticulture education and environmental stewardship to residents.
Range Master Gardener Volunteer Vice-President Vic Calore presents Mercer, WI librarian, Teresa Schmidt and Barb Brathwaite of the Carp Lake Township (White Pine) MI donations of gardening books from the Range Master Gardener Volunteer Association. Every year the RMGVs donate $250 worth of books on various gardening topics to local libraries in the area. Education is part of the mission statement of the RMGVs.
Pictures 1 & 2 In 2009, $250 worth of gardening books were donated to the Carnegie Library in Ironwood, MI and to the City of Hurley, Wi Library.
Pictures 3 & 4. In 2010, $250 worth of gardening books were donated to the City of Wakefield and the City of Bessemer, MI libraries.