Here are the upcoming community birthdays and anniversaries, with the name followed by the date of the event. Happy birthday to Curtis Giberson and Marshall Stevens 19; Sally Ann Bynum and DeAnn Stark 21; Mary Cole 22; Pat Ludwig, Treeanon Davis, James Stewart and Joseph Stewart 23; Will Callaway and Nathan Parker 24. Happy Anniversary to Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Bailey 21; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pendgraft 25.
If you have a birthday or anniversary to add to the community birthday and anniversary calendar please call 319-931-1115 or email email@example.com with the name and date and if it is a birthday or anniversary.
With another school year almost complete, the Hillsboro Public Library director, Casey Lefflel, is preparing for the upcoming summer reading program at the library. Watch for notices in the Hillsboro News, posters around town or a postcard in the mail announcing the 2013 Hillsboro Public Library’s annual summer reading program kick-off.
If you are not a patron of the library, new in town or just have not visited the library for a few years, you may want to stop by and fill out an application for a library card or renew the one that has been in your wallet for the last several years.
Remember, it does not cost to have a library card or to check out some of the books or movies that are sitting on the shelves as long as you return them before the due date.
If you cannot make it to the library to return the books or movies you borrow during the library hours, you can drop them off in the drop box at the east driveway of the library’s parking lot or give Casey a call at 319-253-4000 and ask him to renew the books or movies.
The library hours are Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 3:30 to 6 p.m. and Saturdays 9 to 11 a.m.
Here are some of the new donations on the Hillsboro Public Library shelves:
Adult fiction: “To Wed A Wicked Prince,” by Jane Feather, “P.S. I Love You” by Frances Davies; “Tiger Rose” by Sonya T. Pelton and “The Bride Fair” by Cheryl Reavis.
Adult nonfiction: “The Best Life Diet” by Bob Green.
Young adult fiction: “The Dungeon” by Lynne Reid Banks.
If you have any family or community news that you would like published in the Hillboro News please email or call by Sunday at 5 p.m.