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Brocton library bench dedicated to Joanne Cave

March 17, 2016
Westfield Republican
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A memorial bench and plaque has been donated to the Ahira Hall Library in Brocton and dedicated in honor of the late Joanne Cave, a longtime third grade teacher at Brocton Central School who had a great impact on many students, coworkers, and friends. The idea of a memorial bench was initiated by Dawn Bates and Lynette Huddy, friends and former coworkers of Cave. They wish to express their gratitude to those who donated towards this memorial. Their generosity made it possible to also donate to the library, an oak table top bookshelf with a memorial plaque along with an assortment of children’s books. Along with the bench, Cave’s family was presented with a condolence card listing the names of those who donated. The cast aluminum garden bench has a tea rose and lattice design with an antique copper finish. Cave had a passion for reading and it is hoped that visitors and patrons of the library will pause at the bench and reflect on a dedicated educator, active member of the Brocton community, and wonderful friend.
 
 
 

 

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