Free Books for Your CVLA Library!

Posted on behalf of the Friends of the Logan Library
The Friends of the Logan Library is holding a book sale today Thursday March 22 through Saturday March 24th at the Logan Library.  We would like to offer any books that are still available at the end of the sale free to local libraries.  Stop by the sale Saturday afternoon between 2:00 and close of sale at 5:00 and tell the cashier you are with a CVLA library to get books for your library at no charge!

The 183 volume Something About the Author is one of our book sale items that we are dealing with it in a different way.  Any library that would like this great series let Anne Hedrich of the Friends of Logan Library know of your interest by email at by the very end of the day (so 11:59 p.m.) Tuesday, March 27th.  At the CVLA meeting on March 28th (at 4:30 at Mount Logan Middle School in Logan!) we will draw a winner of all interested libraries from a hat.  We will also announce the winner over this list.  The winner doesn’t need to be present at the meeting.  You can also ask Anne if you have any questions about the process.

Karen Clark, Director of Logan Library, is willing to answer any questions about Something About the Author.  The winning library will need to come to the Logan Library to get the 183 volumes.


Stop by between 2 and 5 on Saturday March 24th at the Logan Library to get free books for your library!

Let Anne know of your interest in Something About the Author by end of day Tuesday March 27th.

Direct any questions about Something About the Author to Karen Clark


-Anne Hedrich
Friends of Logan Library

Celebrating 20 Years of E-Rate

Event marks two decades of connecting schools and libraries to the internet.
January 24 marked the 20th anniversary of E-Rate, 
the landmark program that provides affordable internet 
access to US schools and libraries. 
That day the National Coalition for Technology in 
Education and Training (NCTET) and the American 
Library Association hosted advocates and activists from 
all corners of education, technology, telecommunications, 
and libraries for “Twenty Years of Connecting Schools and 
Libraries: A Celebration of E-Rate.”