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Marlborough library meeting and election

Marlborough-icon-for-CA-web-pageMarlborough – The Friends of the Marlborough Public Library will hold its annual meeting and election of officers Thursday, June 13, at the Jacobs Hall, Masonic Temple, 208 Main St.

At 6 p.m., there will be a social hour, with dinner served at 7 p.m. by Tasty Home Cookin” Catering. There is a full-service cash bar. The cost of the dinner is $22.50 per person. Menu choices are roast sirloin of beef with gravy or baked stuffed chicken with gravy, complimented by garden salad, oven roasted potatoes, green beans almandine, and strawberry shortcake for dessert.

The meeting will include reports of all committees, the President's Report, the Treasurer's Report and adoption of a 2013-2014 budget as well as election of the four officers for a term of one year??”president, vice president, treasurer, and secretary. Also, an election will be held for a trustee of the Renzo Paternoster Memorial Opera Trust for a term of three years. Special guest, Mayor Arthur Vigeant, will highlight the evening with brief remarks.

For reservations, members and guests are requested to send in the reservation form received in the mail to Vice President Teresa Stefanski. For more information, call Stefanski at 508-485-4204 or email rajohnson376@gmail.com.

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