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A family, a father and 3 children, putt through a hole at the Putt Fore Library fundraiser. The event was an annual event to raise money for the library that began in 2009. The holes were sponsored and decorated by local businesses.

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Mike Jorgensen Coralville Public Library Adult Services Librarian, making popcorn for the Putt Fore the Library Fundraiser in 2013.

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A young child is attempting to putt through the large apple golf hole set up in the Coralville Library Children's Storytime room. Another child stands to the side watching the putt.

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Sierra Keeney putting through a hole set up in the Children's area of the library for the annual Putt Fore the Library fundraiser. Her mother Erin Keeney watches from behind the shelf.

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This Putt Fore the Library hole was sponsored by New Pioneer Coop . This is their second year of sponsorship set up where elaborate holes with multiple challenges made from food. A bean 'sand trap' is visible as well as produce and a large bag of…

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Children's Services created Lego obstacle for the Putt for the Library event at the Library. The hole advertised the Summer Reading program for that year, Make a Splash, Read.

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Logan Creach and his dad Eric Creach were participating in the first year (2009) of the Putt Fore the Library fundraiser. The hole was sponsored and decorated by New Pioneer Coop where Eric was store manager.

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Eric Mott, Coralville Library Circulation Assistant, trying out the Photo booth that used a green screen to produce a portrait commemorating the Putt Fore the Library fundraiser in 2018.

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Bartlett Family children putting through the Putt Fore the Library Hole sponsored by Build to Suit in 2015.

First picture-Sam Bartlett, Second picture- Grace Bartlett, Third picture- Ben Bartlett

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Bear and Frog were reading with masks to promote the Busy Bears winter reading program for the Coralville Public Library's Children's Department.

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An infographic to illustrate how snowplows move snow along the street and block driveways and sidewalks. citizens are responsible for removing snow from these locations.

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"Why did the plow leave snow in my driveway?" is a…

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A Coralville snowplow clearing streets following a snow storm in December 2020.

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Snow removal update:
-Crews continue to plow today, Wednesday, Dec. 30, 2020. Due to the heavy snowfall rate, crews focused on arterial…

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Ellen Alexander shopping

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The City of Coralville participated in a national night of remembrance for the lives lost to COVID-19. Luminaria were decorated with names of lost loved ones and placed around the Xtreme Arena at Iowa River Landing. Residents were asked to leave…

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Coralville Public Library Children's Librarians try out their snowman decorating kits. The kits are provided to accompany a program called " ABC- A Book and a Craft" the last week in January. The kits were distributed through curbside pick up due…

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Members of the Coralville Library Teen Advisory Board wrapped and delivered board games to the Coralville Food Pantry. Games were purchased with a grant from Thrivent.

Pictured delivering to John Boller, Executive Director of the Coralville Food…

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Friends of the Coralville Library purchased and distributed books to children at Coralville Food Pantry instead of the Coralville Community Meal, which was substantially altered due to COVID restrictions.

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Following a significant snowfall the previous week, Coralville Streets Division removed snow that had been piled up in the Coralville parking lot. The pile had taken up most of the parking spaces on the north side of the Coralville Library Parking …

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Luminaria stacked in preparation for the Aisle of Light Celebration on December 13, 2020. Community members were invited to the Fireside Shelter to write a community wish for the upcoming year 2021.

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Help kick off today's Aisle of…

A short poem reflecting on masks and how they are normalized as part of our daily routine.

Text:Masks are like…

Masks are like a shirt. There is the one that fits best. There is the one with the company logo and the one with the…
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