The Whitehall Public Library, already known for its top-notch appearance, got a bit more beautiful recently with the renovation of its lobby area.
Paula Kelly, the director of the library, and Virginia Weida, who runs Virginia Weida Designs, spoke at a Whitehall Borough Council meeting in February about the makeover, and this month, the changes were realized.
The renovations were approved at a cost to the borough not too exceed $25,000. Read more about them here.
The Baldwin-Whitehall Patch visited the library on Monday to check out the lobby, which, most notably, now boasts the names of library donors on a new "tribute wall."
Click through our photos in the media gallery above.
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