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Monday, March 13, 2006

"You like [us], you really like [us]!"*

At least we hope you do! Roselle Public Library staff works hard to make your Library the best it can be for you, our users.
With National Library Week coming up (April 2 - 8), the American Library Association (ALA) has created two ways for Library users to express their feelings about their Library and the Library staff.

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Has the Library changed your life?
Share your story with Woman's Day magazine!
If you have a story about how the library has changed your life, send it to Woman's Day, and it might be one of four chosen to be highlighted in an upcoming issue of the magazine!
Tell your story in 700 words or less and send it to by May 10. For more information and for the official rules, visit
Put it in Writing @ Your Library is sponsored by ALA and Woman's Day magazine as part of The Campaign for America's Libraries. The Campaign is a multi-year public awareness and advocacy campaign designed to promote the value of public, school, academic, and special libraries and librarians in the 21st century.

Submit a Star
Has a Library employee gone beyond the call for you?
In conjunction with National Library Workers Day (Tuesday, April 4) the American Library Association-Allied Professional Association (ALA-APA) has created the National Library Workers Day Stars Web Site. Let everyone know that "Library employee _____ is a star because..." Anyone can nominate a "Library star" by simply filling out this form. Entries will be featured on the website until June 30, 2006.

*(Paraphrasing Sally Field's 1985 Oscar acceptance speech)

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