DeWitt Community Library

DeWitt Community Library

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About Us

The Frances Banta Waggoner Community Library provides the residents of DeWitt and the surrounding area free access to books, electronic technology and other resources and services to meet their informational, educational, and recreational needs and to stimulate the process of, and appreciation of, life-long learning.

A few of the free services we offer to the public:

-Public Access computers
-Wireless Internet
-Printer/Copier/Fax Machine* (*small fees to cover cost of materials apply)
-Access to print, audiovisual, and electronic resources
-Programs for children, tweens, teens, and adults all year long
-Meeting room space for community meetings and events
-And so much more!

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Volunteer at the DeWitt Community Library
Category: Volunteer
Do you love the DeWitt Community Library?!? Interested in volunteering? From shelving returned books to helping with programs, the StoryWalk, or new materials, there are many ways to help at the library! Stop into the library, call 563-659-5523 or e-mail info@dewittlib.org to get a volunteer application!
Contact: Rachel Grager
Phone:(563) 659-5523
Fax:(563) 659-2901

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  • “By hosting a Revive After Five in September, we were able to celebrate our 25th Anniversary with the DCDC membership and gain great exposure in our community.”

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    - Kathy Donahue, Hansen Monuments
  • “The DCDC has been very helpful in promoting to the DeWitt community the diverse health care services that we provide at GMC-DeWitt as well as sharing with current and possible new business that we...

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    - Genesis Medical Center
  • “The DCDC provides strong relationships with local businesses by providing innovative marketing and incentives, all designed to maintain and build successful entrepreneurs.”

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    - Jane Mason & Kim Broders, Ruhl&Ruhl Realtors
  • “The DCDC provides a direct link to community events and activities.  We, in turn, are able to provide information pertaining to such events to our customers.  Our community and its businesses can...

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    - First Central State Bank
  • “Revive After Five events not only give business owners and employees an opportunity to network but also the ability to gather together and celebrate this wonderful place we call home.” ... more
    - First Central State Bank

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