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To Springfield Township Library

Welcome to your community library! The Springfield Township Library provides for your informational, educational and recreational needs in many ways. Combining traditional with state of the art electronic resources, the library staff is here to assist you in meeting your library needs. The library is open 61 hours a week including nights and Saturdays. The library is closed on Sundays. A librarian is always on duty and telephone service is available when the library is open.

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Announcements             

 

   

                    

SPRING YOUTH PROGRAMS: MONDAY, APRIL 25-FRIDAY, JUNE 3

        A WARM THANK YOU TO ALL SUPPORTERS OF

    THE VERY SUCCESSFUL SPRING BOOK SALE

We continue to ask everyone to hold all book donations until after May 1

                                           Click here for more information: Youth Programs 

                                               or the Events tab for the Activities Calendar

Is Your Future Secure?

             

Social Security is in the news these days and your library has many resources to assist you in making good decisions. Books such as Social Security Handbook, Securing America’s Future, Social Security for Dummies, Social Security, Medicare and Government Pensions,  and Nolo’s Guide to Social Security Disability are but a few of the resources available in your library.

 

  For these and other resources call the library (610-543-2113) and ask for a librarian. .

 

PICKS OF THE WEEK

Securing America's Future

by Max J. Skidmore

"This book by Professor Max J. Skidmore, a longtime authority on Social Security, should be read and pondered by Americans who want to know about health and income security, especially by those who are concerned about the reality of our Social Security system and its prospects."

"The danger of Social Security has become much greater. The people of America are finding themselves with lower wages, almost no savings, less and less health care, and more and more frequently with no company pensions. This book proposes a plan for revising Social Security that would make its financing progressive, just as its benefit structure is progressive."