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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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Two boys putting through the King's Materials hole at the 2013 Putt Fore the Library fundraising event. Local businesses sponsored and decorated the holes for the event.

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A girl putting at the first hole at the Putt Fore the Library fundraiser. This is the hole sponsored by Hills Bank and Trust, a longtime supporter and partner to the Coralville Public Library. Golfers could win cash while putting through this hole.

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Ellen Alexander, Coralville Public Library Assistant Director and her family playing through the Tele Tubbie hole during the Putt fore the Library Fundraiser in 2014.

From left Ellen Alexander, Izzy Dykstra, Sam Alexander(baby), Doug Alexander…

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Children playing lining up to play miniature golf at the Putt Fore the Library fundraiser in 2014.

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Snail figurine at the Putt Fore the Library event in 2014.

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An extra activity at the Putt Fore the Library was a Photo Booth. Participants pose with provided props and take home a souvenir from the day.

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Karen Hegland, aquisitions librarian is working the raffle table at the Putt Fore the Library on April 3, 2016 A woman and young girls are distributing their tickets for the items they would like to win. Local businesses sponsored the putting holes…

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Bill Hansen a longtime patron of the Coralville Pubic Library participating in Putt Fore the Library in 2016.

William "Bill" Alan Hansen, (1957-2019)Bill was born June 25, 1956 in Iowa City, the son of Chesley and LaVerne (Fountain) Hansen. He…

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The entrance to the library added guides and signage to help patrons to receive help and continued services from library staff in the library. Though the doors remained closed, the library offered access to browsing and computers by appointment and…

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A formal photograph of four of the five sons of Alexander and Francis (Henry) Wilson. Three of the sons are clearly older; two stand on either end of a bench, while the other sits. They all wear suits and fur caps, with longneck rifles in hand. The…

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Several tables set up in the Coralville Public Library rotunda, all carrying stacks of books and other library materials. The Circulation Desk can be seen in the left far corner; in the right, another table holds cleaning supplies.

During the…

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A view of the rotunda fountain. On the far stand several tables set up as a place to quarantine returned library materials. After being returned, these materials sit out for 72 hours before being cleaned and checked back in. A library staff member…

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The first day of the Coralville swimming pool reopening.

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The Coralville outdoor public swimming pool filled and ready for a late opening due to COVID-19 pandemic in June 2020.

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During the pandemic the Food Pantry adopted a 'drive-thru' model for Coralville and Tiffin residents to pick up food. The food pantry building was limited to food pantry staff and prepackaged bags were delivered to people who walked up or drove…

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Ellen Alexander shopping

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Eric Mott, Coralville Library Assistant helped direct traffic to the below ground parking and library entrance where a vaccine clinic was being held in the lower level of the library. The Coralville Food Pantry and Nucara Pharmacy collaborated to put…

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Ellen Alexander, Assistant Director of Coralville Public Library received her first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. The clinic took place in the lower level of the library on April 8th and 9th. Ellen was one of more than 600 people who received their…

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Mishka wears a mask made from a cotton Coralville Library book bag. She is demonstrating the importance of wearing a mask to protect the health of our fellow citizens.
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