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The Village Library Has a New Logo

The Village Library
Has a New Logo

The new logo was made possible through the gift of a donor who has asked to remain anonymous “When I arrived in Cooperstown as the new library director, the library was considering its next chapter, both internally and in our approach to community outreach. A new logo was part of that consideration,” said Heather Urtz Amendolare, library director.

“It was important to us that our logo portray both classic and modern styles and that it reflect both the traditional and creative aspects of the library’s function within our community,” she said.

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