One Book, One Town: Sharon Reads Together is a community reading program produced by an all-volunteer committee. All funding is by grants and donations only.
One Book receives no funds through the local library or the local town. All funds received are devoted to programming, all of which is open to the public. That is 100% funding for programs as One Book does not have management costs, fees, rent, salaries or other financial obligations. All committee members work as volunteers.
Donations are gratefully accepted and all donations go to the One Book programs.
One Book, One Town: Sharon Reads Together may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or on One Book’s Facebook page.
We thank Whitney Place, and Dan and Connie Mayo for their generous donations.
An Assisted living community convenient to major highways in Sharon with a focus of warm care, while still making the most of current technology.
Sharon residents Connie and Dan Mayo.
Connie Hertzberg Mayo’s novel
The Island of Worthy Boys was OBOT’s 2017 selection.