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Wednesday, March 13, 2013 • Posted March 14, 2013

Special Announcement: ALL tax forms and instruction booklets are now in. Stop by the library to pick up your supplies today! If you do not see the form you need on our table or shelves, ask a front desk staff member for a copy of it from our master notebook.

Need to get your GED? We suggest working on it now because the test is changing in 2014 (rumor has it that it will be harder). Bob Walch can help you get set up on-line and prepare for the test. Mr. Walch is teaching classes at Johnson City Library and you can contact him for more details: bwalch@communityaction.com.

Remember, Blanco Library is having a sealed envelope auction going on now through Friday, March 22. Review our list of items for sale at our website at www.blancolib.org, check out our minimum bids, and send us an envelope with your top bid, what item you are bidding on, and your contact information of name and phone number; only envelopes postmarked and dropped off at the library by March 22 will be accepted. We will be opening the envelopes and contacting our auction winners Tuesday, March 26. If you win, please pick up your items from the library March 26 – March 30. If you are interested in a lot of items, you are welcome to give your best total bid for them all.

Items for auction include some of the following items: Room screen, 3 desks, Computer CPU units, Computer monitors, Scanner, Electric Type Writer , DVD player, VHS player, Miscellaneous computer parts, Miscellaneous computer cords, Cabinet, Miscellaneous computer mice with track balls, Miscellaneous Keyboards

Recently Added Bestsellers: Cross Roads by William Paul Young, The Silver Linings Playbook by Matthew Quick, The Aviator’s Wife by Melanie Benjamin.

As always, remember to check our website at blancolib.org or call us at 830-833-4280 for more information.

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