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2014 Fall

2014 Fall

National Friends of Libraries Week • From the Librarian: Library Unlimited • The Book Thief Presentation and Movie • Greg Lewis - Head of Technical Services

2014 Summer

2014 Summer

What If? • Carol McCormack - Head of Youth Services • From the Librarian: Library's Leading Role

2014 Spring

2014 Spring

H.Bland Hudgins, MD Wing Open for Business • The Career Connect Center Needs You • 2014 Volunteer of the Year: Barbara Sampson • From the Librarian: Figuring It Out - One Step at a Time • Spotlight on the King of Bricks

2013 Fall

2013 Fall

Dedication of the H. Bland Hudgins Library Wing • From the Librarian: The Place to Be in the Summertime • Tip of the Hat to Joyce McKelvey

2013 Summer

2013 Summer

Construction is Underway • From the Librarian: On Being Digitized • Why is the Used Book Store Named The Orrell Building • Friends of the Library Website

2013 Spring

2013 Spring

Public Launch of New Wing Construction • Bookstore Redo • Connecting the Past... Advancing the Future

2013 Winter

2013 Winter

Library Addition Building Fund • Everything Old is New Again: MHS Students Redesign the FOL Website • Volunteer of the Year: Barbara Sampson • From the Library Director: Building for the Future

2012 Fall

2012 Fall

From the Library Director: Honoring Excellence • Members Count

2012 Summer

2012 Summer

From the Library Director: Striking the Mark • The Digital Book Explosion • Friends of the Library: 30 Years of Support Past, Present, Future

2012 Spring

2012 Spring

From the Library Director: Thirty Years Ago - A Relative Perspective • Reprint: 25 Years of Friends • Brick Walkway and Patio • Looking Back

2012 Winter

2012 Winter

From the Library Director: No More Business as Usual or... e-book Escapades at the Library • We're Glad You're a Member • 2011 Year in Review

2011 Fall

2011 Fall

From the Library Director: Our New Reality • In Their Own Words

2011 Summer

2011 Summer

From the Library Director: Being Connected • FOL Sponsors Summer Youth Programs

2011 Spring

2011 Spring

From the Library Director: Maximizing Our Potential • Karen Jones to Speak at Membership Meeting - Current Trends in Publishing • From the Treasurer

2011 Winter

2011 Winter

From the Library Director: Exceeding Our Expectations • Used Book Sales - 2010 in Review

2010 Fall

2010 Fall

From the Library Director: Knowing Our Strengths • Deck the Halls

2010 Summer

2010 Summer

From the Library Director: More Than You Expect • From the Treasurer: Building Purchase

2010 Spring

2010 Spring

From the Library Director: Critical Convictions • The State of Electronic Books & Readers

2010 Winter

2010 Winter

From the Library Director: Thinking Outside the Box

2009 Fall

2009 Fall

Werlie Hendrix to Speak at Membership Meeting - How to Value Your Old Books • From the Library Director: Honoring the User Experience • Getting to Books, Music, Information, Etc. - The Digital Highway

2009 Summer

2009 Summer

From the Library Director: Think! • Summer Reading - Kids' Books

2009 Spring

2009 Spring

From the Library Director: An Ordinary Day at the Library

2009 Winter

2009 Winter

Mathews Memorial Library - A Look Ahead • Winter 2009 Used Book Sales

2008 Fall

2008 Fall

From the Library Director: Keeping the Community Connected • Dictionary Project • Electronic Books - Part 2 • Banned Books

2008 Summer

2008 Summer

Resolution Honoring and Commending Captain Jack and Mildred Stillman • Regional Friends Meeting • Summer 2008 Events • A Tribute to Mildred and Capt. Jack

2008 Spring

2008 Spring

From the Library Director: Who Visits the Library and What Do They Do There • Upcoming Library Events • Tribute to Pam • Free Books on the Internet - Part 1

2008 Winter

2008 Winter

From the Library Director: Back to the Future • Operation Paperback

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