HOW DID IT BEGIN?
In 1965 the first meeting was held at Donald & Pat Johnson's house to discuss the possibility of a
new community library for the Cullom area. After many meetings over the years, the Cullom Memorial Library was established
02/02/1984 in the southeast corner of the community building. On 04/01/1991 the library was moved to the current location
on Hack Street, which was donated by Dr. Arnold Beckman and his wife. In 2003, after another generous donation by
Dr. Arnold Beckman, a Cullom native, the new addition was added to the back of the library. Both Dr. and Mrs. Beckman are
now deceased. Their daughter, Pat, died at her home in California Aug. 18, 2011.
NEW Library Hours:
Monday - 10:00am to 1:00pm
Wednesday - 1:00 to 5:00pm
Friday - 2:00 to 5:00pm
Saturday - 9:00am to 12:00 noon
PO Box 374
103 W. Hack Street, Cullom
$15.00 / year for a family
Head Librarian: Nancy Sovinski
Cullom Beckman Library Officers and Board:
President: Sandy Gunther
Vice President: Mike Gernentz
Secretary: Joan Haren
Treasurer: Meri Knapp
|2017 Quilt for Library Raffle
2017 WINNER Joann Gray
Husband Paul picked
up the quilt
as Joann was in Arizona
at the time of Celebration.
|2017 Cullom Beckman Memorial Library Quilt
|Winner Joann Gray
COFFEE & CONVERSATION
The Last Saturday of every month
"The Very Hungry Caterpillar" Program
June 29th --- 2:00pm
45 minutes program.
Come crawl with the Livingston County Agriculture Literacy Partnership w/Soil & Water Conservation District &
You will find out what Abraham Lincoln used watermelon for; state
pie; vegetables & fruit when the caterpillar munches his way around the state. Free program for all ages!
Reading Program for Cullom
Beckman Memorial Library
SATURDAYS--July 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th
10:00am --- 11:30am
TRAVEL THRU READING
One can explore, discover
& experience people, places & things.
We will be traveling to Australia, Africa & Greenland.
Prizes, snowball fight, making big airplane & morel.
Kids of all ages can register.