New bookstore seeking used book donations

Judy Smith, Heidelberg alum and Modeler/Data Analyst in the National Center for Water Quality Research, is seeking some help with her new bookstore in Tiffin.

She is looking for donations of any unwanted books. Since she sells new and used books, she would appreciate any of the quality that can be used for inventory, but she is mainly seeking them for a window display, so they can be in any condition (hard or soft cover).

If you have anything you're willing to part with, you can drop them off at the Pan Yan Bookstore, located at 144 S. Washington St. on the corner of South Washington and Madison streets. Hours are Wednesday and Thursday, 12-6 p.m., Friday and Sunday, 12-7 p.m, and Saturday 9-7PM. You can also drop them off outside of Judy’s office in the Water Quality Lab office suite on the third floor of Gillmor Hall. Or you can email her ( to arrange for her to pick them up in your office when she's on campus.

Read about Judy's new business venture here.

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