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Memorial gifts are available for the purpose of remembering or honoring an individual, family, institution, non-profit organization, business, or event.
Due to the popularity of memorial benches, the library has a separate policy for Memorial Bench Donations. Click here to read and download our policy – Memorial Bench Policy
Memorial Pet Plaque
Memorialize your best family friend for $50
Remember a friend or loved one with an elegant plaque for $100
The Cannon Beach Library is a community library, owned by its members. There are no special categories of members. Membership is open to all, on an equal basis. In keeping with the library’s status as a member-owned community organization, it is the policy of the Cannon Beach Library that the library, the building, and the rooms in the library will not be named in honor of, or in memory of, any donor.
We have a list of items on our wish list, which can be purchased and memorialized for the purpose of remembering or honoring an individual, family, institution, non-profit organization, business, or event:
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If you have trouble seeing web pages, the US Social Security Administration offers these tips for optimizing your computer and browser to improve your online experience.
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