Elko County Library Hosts Fundraiser

The Elko County Library hosts the 31st Annual Spring Fundraiser, “Just Desserts.” The event is Saturday, May 4th from 5:30 until 8 PM at the Library at 720 Court Street. Tickets are available at the library for $15 per person and include a chance at a $500 Cash Door Prize. Proceeds this year will benefit the Elko County Bookmobile which typically travels 30-thousand-miles yearly and makes 27 stops monthly throughout rural Nevada. Find out about a host of services, programs, reference materials, e-books and online help all available FREE at your Elko County Library. (775) 738-3066 or www.elkocountylibrary.org.

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