E-mail for board members: frontdesk@mohawkcl.org
Mohawk Community Library

Director Susan Runion susan.runion@mohawkcl.org
Phone 419-927-2407
Fax 419-927-2408
Card Catalog
Fantastic Fiction
Gutenberg Project
What Should I Read Next
Digital Down Loads
Board Members
Kristi Ward
Daryl Close
Mickey Ekleberry
Gary Parker
Joe Weininger
Lynda Weininger
Gary Keller
Contact a librarian
Adult Fiction Auto Holds
amy.parsell@mohawkcl.org
Youth Librarian
christina.riedel@mohawkcl.org
Adult Programming
leanne.lehnhart@mohawkcl.org
Facebook Beginners Guide
Chilton's Link
Enterprise
Links We Like
200 South Sycamore Ave.
Sycamore, Ohio

Hours
Mon.-Fri. 9am to 8pm
Sat. 9am to 2pm
Mailing Address
Mohawk Community Library
P.O. Box 9
Sycamore, Ohio 44882
IT Specialist
matt.sebring@mohawkcl.org
Mohawk Elementary Site
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Calendar
Kroger Reward Card
Do you have a Kroger Rewards Card?
Register your card at
Kroger.com/communityrewards to help raise money for the Mohawk Community Library.
1,000 Books Read Before Kindergarten!!!
The Mohawk Community Library is excited to start the new 1,000 Books Program for children ages birth to kindergarten. The child's parent is encouraged to read 1,000 books to them before they enter kindergarten. This program is meant to cover the first five years of life. Parents can enter their child/children at any age before kindergarten. There is no prize for finishing quickly. Parents are encouraged to enjoy the books from the library with their child/children. The purpose of the program is to encourage reading to very young children. After every 100 books the child is given a incentive for that level. After 1,000 books are finished the child receives a 1,000 Books T-shirt and a certificate. We hope that the parent and child will enjoy reading together and it will become a regular part of their family life.
Cataloging
ginny.tuttle@mohawkcl.org
Adult Non-Fiction
sharon.ekleberry@mohawkcl.org
Desk Clerk
kayleigh.tschanen@mohawkcl.org
Library of Congress
Senior Advocate Education Resources
The Ohio Attorney Generals' office has developed the Senior Fraud Education Resources (SAFE) program to help better protect Ohio families. This program educates seniors, caregivers, social workers, and families about frauds and scams that target seniors. We have the resources here at the library for our patrons. So if you want to look it over just come in to MCL and ask a librarian for one.

Unattended Children Policy
Homeschool Workshop
On December 11th from 10:30-noon, join us for "Water World - Slime." We will be doing Ivory Soap Explosion, Who sank the boat?, Ocean in the bottle, and Making your own slime - (older kids). So come on in and have some fun playing with your food at the library.