Chamber Joins Forces With Library

LA MESA --The La Mesa Chamber of Commerce is joining forces with the La Mesa Public Library to help the library grow its membership.

Chamber officials announced this week that La Mesa Chamber members, associates and friends can now join the Friends of the La Mesa Library at a discounted annual rate of only $20 per year. The Chamber is offering to the first 25 Chamber members that join an opportunity to be placed in a drawing for a VIP ticket to the 2014 Taste of La Mesa.

Here are important facts regarding the La Mesa Library for fiscal year ending June 2013:
- 348,000 people went through the doors
- 528 children’s programs are attended by 12,900 children and parents
- 256 adult programs are attended by 2,130 adults

This branch has made a significant difference within the community since being built. 2012 marked the fourth anniversary of the new La Mesa branch building, and as of that date 1,384,285 visitors had walked through the doors.

To obtain a membership application, go to the Chamber web site: or call 619-465-7700. For details about the Friends of the La Mesa Library including how you can volunteer or become involved, contact John Schmitz, President at:

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Comment by Batman on January 30, 2014 at 8:04am

The only thing I have used the new library for is to pick up income tax forms. And that's only because I refuse to use two-way TV to file my returns.

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