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Letter to the Editor - Sample 3

Newspaper Name
Address
City, State, Zip

Dear Editor,

As we all know, there is one constant in the world: change. Technologies evolve, rules shift, and events inspire us to act and contribute in a way we never did before. In the middle of all of this transformation, one of America’s oldest institutions helps us to keep pace and to grow – your local Montana library.

Montana libraries foster learning at every stage of life. From pre-school story hour to estate planning, Montana’s libraries have the resources to help you learn where ever you are in life. With free resources like books, magazines, CDs, Internet access and databases, your Montana library can help you find a new job, achieve in school, start a new business, or plan the trip of a lifetime. By supporting our communities and citizens growth and development, your local library helps to keep Montana vibrant.

Montana libraries are also community centers and centers of the community. We are where people meet – whether it’s for a book discussion group or to share a cup of coffee or to hear a speaker or to register to vote. Montana’s libraries are where Montanans come together, keeping us connected to events and people around the world.

Whether you’re a loyal library patron or you’ve never visited a library before, this is a great time to discover what the library can help you learn and how it can help you grow. As the world changes, endless opportunities await you. Visit your library and discover a new story in your life.

Sincerely,

Name of Library Representative
Contact Info (Address, email, daytime phone)

  • Montana State Library
  • P.O. Box 201800, 1515 East 6th Avenue
  • Helena, MT 59620-1800
  • Phone: (406) 444-3115
  • Fax: (406) 444-0266
  • msl.mt.gov