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302 East High Street
Ashley, Ohio 43003
Hours: Saturday 10:00am-5:00pm Weekdays 10:00am-8:00pm
Librarian: Emily, Liz, Vicki, Karen, Barb, Anne
The first library in Ashley, Ohio was built in 1928 as a memory to Albertus Wornstaff, the son of Chesley and Ethel Wornstaff, who died in 1903 at the age of 27. When the first building was completed, the residents donated books and the library board purchased new books. Landscaping was done by the Ashley High School.
The teachers at Buckeye Valley East Elementary use the library for thematic collections and as field trips for their classes. Children's librarian, Vicki Collins also performs book talks at the elementary school and for home-schoolers in the area. During the summer the library has an elementary reading program and they offer a tutoring program for children.
This information was researched and written by four third grade students at Buckeye East Elementary school in Ashley, Ohio. It was done as part of a study of the history of Ashley, Ohio.
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