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Since 1923

26 books, 26 ladies of Scotia's Village Book Club

Readers still rotate the collection every 2 weeks, like 1923’s founders

From left, Carol Troost, Vice President; Lois Seyse,Treasurer; Judy Buhrmaster, Past President; Mary Peck, Secretary; Sarah Hoffmann; Mary Baker; and Kathy Reynolds, President of the Village Book Club.
From left, Carol Troost, Vice President; Lois Seyse,Treasurer; Judy Buhrmaster, Past President; Mary Peck, Secretary; Sarah Hoffmann; Mary Baker; and Kathy Reynolds, President of the Village Book Club.
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For the last 90 years, the women of the Village Book Club in Scotia have been sharing two things: books and a love of reading. But the Village Book Club is not your average hometown book club. “The book club is actually very different than the book clubs that are run today,” said its president, Kathy Reynolds. “Every time I tell people about this book club they are surprised at the format.” The club runs ...


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