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Dear Friends, we are THRILLED to announce that after years of searching for a building, we have found a new home!

We will be moving to the former First Assembly of God church building at 209 Hillsville Road, Bessemer, PA, just one mile north of our current building. We are currently in the process of closing the sale and hope to be able to begin our move by the first week of July. Our new home is over four times larger than our current facility and we cannot wait to move in!

I promise you, your patience will be rewarded when you step into the new building. Expect big things…we are ready to hit the ground running and this new facility is going to be an AMAZING library and fantastic asset to our Mohawk community!

There will be NO FINES OR FEES charged for

library items currently checked out on your account.

You may return your library items to the library at any time during the closure by using our book drop, or you may return your items upon our reopening.

Thank you for your understanding and patience,
Kari McKenna, Director

If your kids are climbing the walls, check out the sources below for great boredom busters!

 *Education Resources

 *Streaming services offering free or discounted subscriptions

 *Scholastic Learn-at-Home Resources

 *Boredom Busters

Check out this Lego Challenge! Share your creations to our Facebook page


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Serving the Entire Mohawk Area for Website

The F.D. Campbell Memorial Library is proud to serve

Bessemer Borough * North Beaver  Township * Mahoning Township * SNPJ Borough

and surrounding areas within the Mohawk Area School District.

Do you live in Lawrence County?

If so, you’re eligible for a FREE library card!

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This project is made possible in part by Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) funds from the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services and through Library Access Funds administered by the Office of Commonwealth Libraries, Department of Education, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Tom Wolf, Governor.