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Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Save money @ your library!

The Hyannis Library and Woman’s Day magazine want to know how you’ve used the library as a resource during tough times.
This spring, Your Hyannis Public Library, the American Library Association (ALA) and Woman’s Day magazine want to know how you have used resources and services at the library during this tough economic time.
From February 17 to May 18, women over the age of 18 can submit their story in 700 words or less to womansday@ala.org. Four stories will be featured in the March 2010 issue of Woman’s Day, which has more than 4 million readers. Official rules are available on the Woman’s Day Web site at womansday.com/ala.
“The library plays an important role for families in our community whether that means providing free Internet access, job-hunting resources, and of course, the lending of books, magazines, audio materials and movies,” said Ann Harries, Library Director. “When money is tight at home then the library becomes an even more important resource.”The initiative was developed by Woman’s Day and the ALA’s Campaign for America’s Libraries. The Campaign for America’s Libraries (ala.org/@yourlibrary) is ALA’s public awareness campaign that promotes the value of libraries and librarians.

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