The Millicent Library has installed a Book and Media Drop at the Walnut Street entrance.
The cost was defrayed in large part by a generous donation from Ethel L. Beckett who summers here in town. Mrs. Beckett says she appreciates the library’s vast and envied collection of DVDs and also the knowledge and helpfulness of the staff. She said that she isn’t within walking distance of the Florida library where she lives the rest of the year and always looks forward to coming back up here to catch up on her viewing.
Our library is open more hours than required for certification and patrons can renew items online or by phone, but there are still times when they might want to drop something off when the library is closed. There is a separate slot in the drop for media (CDs, DVDs) so they won’t get damaged by large books dropping on them.
We ask that fragile, small, or high-priced items like museum passes, hotspots and very old books, especially those from outside the library network, still be returned to the desk to prevent loss or damage.
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