Mystery event gets good marks


representatives of the Maple Lake Library accepted a $1,000 grant from the national organization of Sisters in Crime. Pictured, front row, from left are, Jan Bakeberg, Laurel Martinez, Margaret Jenniges, Carol Northenscold, Terry Mooney, Timya Owens, Jean Borrell, Pam Lemieux, Erin Hart and Sue Sylvester. Back row, from left are, Vicki Decker, Char Drenckhahn, Jessie Chandler, Pat Dennis, Midge Bubany, Christine Husom, Della Ness, Judith Feenstra, Pat Meyer and Noel Paukert.

library volunteers and book club members get the chance to chat with local mystery authors.

Fans of a good mystery had the chance to meet local mystery authors and members of the Twin Cities Sisters in Crime, Saturday, Oct. 28, at an event celebrating Maple Lake Library’s selection for a “We Love Libraries” grant.
Maple Lake was chosen for the $1,000 grant by the national organization of Sisters in Crime. The money will be used to buy additional books. The books are not restricted to the mystery genre.
From 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., guests heard from authors Midge Bubany, Jessie Chandler, Pat Dennis, Erin Hart and Christine Husom on the various processes they use in their writing.
Clover Meadow Bakery, of Maple Lake, provided refreshments.
“We had a good turnout and heard nothing but positive comments from those who attended,” said Terry Mooney of the Maple Lake Library. “The authors shared that they had a great time and look forward to coming again next year.”

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