When Councilman Robert Rubino served as Common Council President he introduced a "Summit Historical Minute" at the beginning of each Council meeting to encourage awareness of our City's rich history. This feature highlights people and places in Summit, researched and presented by Summit High School students and residents. We will be posting these "minutes" here after every meeting, so stay tuned to learn interesting tidbits of Summit's history every month.
Lots of people make New Year’s resolutions to exercise, lose weight, read more, learn something new, get a new job or improve their business. By February many people start to slack off on their resolutions a bit, if not abandon them all together. The library can help you stick with all your resolutions.
How to Donate
On your New Jersey Income Tax form, on Line 64, “Other Designated Contributions,” enter code number 20 for the Local Library Support Fund and the amount you would like to contribute. The amount you donate will reduce your refund or increase your balance due.
How will your donation help?
Funds will be distributed annually by the State Librarian to county and municipal libraries in accordance with State Library Aid Law. Libraries may use the funds to support library purposes, including:
- Purchasing books for children, teens and adults
- Summer Reading program materials and events
- Early literacy materials
- Salaries for staff, including those working evenings and weekends