Sandra Long, Recording Secretary
Sandra has been a librarian for over 30 years in both public schools K-12 and a reference librarian, and Library Director in public libraries in New Jersey before retiring to Florida. She has been active in the American Association of University Women, the community feeding program for the hungry through Coronado [...]
I recently dropped in on a R.E.A.D. book club meeting that meets monthly at the New Smyrna Beach library.
I spoke with several members of the group that is now in its eleventh year including three charter members: Sallie O’Donnell (the founder), Barbara Kenny and Joyce Sadler. The group is open to new members and [...]
As our regional librarian, Melissa Reynolds accomplished a tricky balancing act: she raised the baron public service while simultaneously raising staff morale. She completed every project she started,fixed every problem that could humanly be fixed, and groomed our staff, a group of talented and quirky individuals, into a strong team. Melissa walked the walk. She [...]
September is Hunger Action Month.
Halifax Urban Ministries has invited us to participate in their Feed our Neighbors food drive. Co-sponsors are United Way and the Neighborhood Center of West Volusia.
All food donations will be distributed locally. Boxes for your donations are conveniently located near the entry.
We will be collecting food [...]
By John N. Berry III
The first person you meet when you go into the library in New Smyrna Beach, FL, is likely to be Linda Dahlquist. It was her idea to be there, near the entrance, with a laptop on her cart to make sure library users could take advantage of the “roving reference” [...]
NEW SMYRNA BEACH — Tim Dorsey will be the first to admit he’s one of the reasons people think those things about Florida.
“People from out of state always say, ‘I love your books. I like to read them. I’m never, never going to move to [...]
By Tom Skove, Friends of the New Smyrna Beach Library Board
In 2011, the Friends of the New Smyrna Beach Library continued their decades-long mission of raising money that enables our library to move ahead from good to great.
This year the money we provided to the library allowed the Children and Teen’s Department to [...]
by Diana Bardyn, January 2011 —
Dottie Kleiser: Over 6,000 Hours of Volunteer Service
This year, as we prepare for our annual community outreach asking for membership, donations and some of your volunteer time, our warm thanks go out to all the good people who have helped us make our library the great library [...]
Affordable Care Act: Get Enrollment Help in December at the Library
Friday Afternoon Movies
Dec. 6, Bless Me Ultima
Dec. 13, We're the Millers
Dec. 20, Christmas Story
Dec. 27, Hangover III
Films begin at 2pm
Admission: Free of charge!
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HAPPENINGS: January 2014
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HAPPENINGS January 2014: Click here.
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