A peaceful place to read


Rachel Schmitmeyer, of Fort Loramie, sits next to the Amos Memorial Public Library as she studies the Bible on Tuesday, June 2. Schmitmeyer often comes to the spot to read while on her lunch break from Freytag and Associates. People can still call the library to check out books. Employees will bring the books out to people’s cars.

Rachel Schmitmeyer, of Fort Loramie, sits next to the Amos Memorial Public Library as she studies the Bible on Tuesday, June 2. Schmitmeyer often comes to the spot to read while on her lunch break from Freytag and Associates. People can still call the library to check out books. Employees will bring the books out to people’s cars.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Rachel Schmitmeyer, of Fort Loramie, sits next to the Amos Memorial Public Library as she studies the Bible on Tuesday, June 2. Schmitmeyer often comes to the spot to read while on her lunch break from Freytag and Associates. People can still call the library to check out books. Employees will bring the books out to people’s cars.

Rachel Schmitmeyer, of Fort Loramie, sits next to the Amos Memorial Public Library as she studies the Bible on Tuesday, June 2. Schmitmeyer often comes to the spot to read while on her lunch break from Freytag and Associates. People can still call the library to check out books. Employees will bring the books out to people’s cars.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2020/06/web1_SDN060320Read.jpgRachel Schmitmeyer, of Fort Loramie, sits next to the Amos Memorial Public Library as she studies the Bible on Tuesday, June 2. Schmitmeyer often comes to the spot to read while on her lunch break from Freytag and Associates. People can still call the library to check out books. Employees will bring the books out to people’s cars. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News