It’s the end of an era and the beginning of a new chapter as we say goodbye to the woman who has been at the helm of the KELOLAND Living book club.
Jane Taylor has been the master mind behind our partnership with Siouxland Libraries and she’s here today to pass the torch to Kim Koblank, the librarian who will be choosing our books going forward.
But, before Jane leaves us, and Kim reveals the next pick in our book club. We’re shining a light on a touching story about what happens when life gets messy, and the bonds it can form between women in “Patty Jane’s House of Curl”.
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