The staff at the John A. Stahl Library likes to piece together items in the library that interests the public.

Several years ago six puzzles were purchased. When patrons finished putting one puzzle together, another one was set out.

It wasn’t long and the six original puzzles purchased by the library were finished.

The plan was to put the puzzles away for a year and then bring them out again for patrons.

To the surprise of the library staff, people who had worked on the puzzles asked if they could check the puzzles out and take them home.

“We decided why not? It’s better than having the puzzles sit on the shelves in the back room,” said Librarian Mary Jo Mack.

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