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Mission Statement

The mission of the Valley Community Library is to serve as the principal agency of the Lackawanna County Library System for providing free library services and materials to help connect people with ideas and resources to enlighten, encourage, enable, enrich and entertain in the boroughs of Archbald, Blakely, Dickson City, Jessup, Olyphant and Throop (also known as the Mid Valley).

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The Valley Community Library (formerly Interboro-United Districts Library) opened on December 15, 1985, in the former Wilson Fire Company / Blakely Borough Building in Peckville, Pennsylvania. The Library acquired the entire building in November of 1986. In 2004, the Library moved to its new facility at 739 River Street. The Valley Community Library is one of the newest members of the Lackawanna County Library System, which was established in 1983.

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http://lclshome.org/valley

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