The Warren County Public Library is sorry to lose Donna Objartel. Donna was an employee at the library for 20 years as our book selector and cataloger. She had a talent for helping patrons find new authors to enjoy. She had a fantastic memory and oftentimes placed holds on the patron’s behalf, knowing his/her favorite authors or genres. She was our recycling queen, always making sure the library was environmentally friendly.
She loved her family, reading, Maxine birthday cards, and potato chips. In other words, she recognized all the important things in life.
She was the matriarch of our library family and a mentor to us all. "Oh Godfrey," she will be dearly missed.
Her obituary can be found at:
The Warren County Public Library now loans free Wifi hotspots to individuals and families to increase access to the internet and the library’s digital resources. A hotspot is a small device you can use to connect a wireless enabled device, such as a laptop, smartphone, or tablet, to the internet. Stop by the library for more information. Please note: Not intended for heavy use of streaming or video gaming.
A big thank you to Kristyne Gilbert, the Buchanan Center for the Arts and KWQC Davenport News Channel 6 for including us in this wonderful story. Our community has so many people, places and organizations to be thankful for. We have an incredibly diverse and unique population, as well as many free family friendly activities for all members of Warren County. Check out the story below!
Want to read Susan Van Kirk's new book, but don't own a Kindle? Well, now you can borrow ours. Van Kirk's novels, Marry in Haste and The Locket, are preloaded on our Kindle along with these titles:
Seeds of Deception by Linda Castillo
A Hidden Secret by Linda Castillo
Long Lost by Linda Castillo
The Staff of Serapis by Rick Riordan
The Son of Sobek by Rick Riordan
The Crown of Ptolemy by Rick Riordan
Come checkout our Kindle today!
Warren County Library was one of sixty-three Illinois public libraries to receive a "Business and Libraries: Working Together" technology package including a computer and books to help businesses and entrepreneurs create new economic growth opportunities. Each of the sixty-three libraries received a tablet computer and a collection of business related books totaling approximately $1,000.