The Wellsville City Council has voted to approve an increase in the burial fees for the cemetery. The new fees can be found here. The new fees are effective as of August 20, 2014.
Note: Wellsville residents can use the Hyrum Library for free.
Story times at the Library are starting in September. These story times are for all 3-5 year olds. Each month is a different subject or topic with stories, crafts, puppet shows and activities. Sign-ups are the first day of each month. You may call or come in to sign up your child.
Toddler story times are held each Monday at 10:30 am. These story times are open to all and no sign up is needed.
Do you have a Kindle, Ipad, or Nook? Come to our classes each Monday at 11:00 am to learn how to use your new device.
Our librarian, Delilah, is looking for anyone who has a collection they would like to have on display at the library. Contact Delilah at phone number 245-6411 for more information.
The library will be placing a brick order in the next month. Don’t miss an opportunity to purchase a lasting memory for your loved one. A brick would be a great Christmas gift and also is tax deductible.
We want to thank everyone who was involved in making our Founders’ Day Celebration a great success. It takes a lot of people to pull off an event of this size and without your help and participation we would not be able to have our annual celebration. Thank you for your support.
You can learn more about storm water management at this link.
As storm water flows over driveways, lawns and sidewalks, it picks up debris, chemicals, dirt and other pollutants. Storm water can flow into a storm sewer system or directly to a lake, river, stream, or wetland. Anything that enters a storm water system is discharged untreated into the water bodies used for swimming, fishing, and providing drinking water. Polluted runoff is the nation’s greatest threat to clean water.
By practicing healthy household habits, homeowners can keep common pollutants like pesticides, pet waste, grass clippings, and automotive fluids off the ground and out of storm water. Adopt these healthy household habits and help protect lakes, streams, rivers and wetlands. Remember to share the habits with your neighbors!
Storm drains connect to water bodies! Remember, don’t put anything in the storm drain you wouldn’t want in your drinking water.