WCPL Vol 2 Newsletter - Page 10

1 . Tell us a little about yourself .: I am a Bryanite and I am proud of it ! I have always admired the community values that this town offers and look forward to contributing in any capacity that I can . I enjoy reading , being out in nature , and spending time with my friends and family . I graduated from the Ohio State University with a Major in Community Leadership-Extension Education and a Minor in Nonprofit Management .
2 . What have you most enjoyed about becoming WCPL Bryan Main Manager ?: I have enjoyed getting to know the staff and public , and the highlight of my position is to be able to provide resources and information that people can ’ t get anywhere else . It has been really fun seeing the impact that this institution can have on its patrons !
3 . What is a service Williams County Public Library offers that you wish the community knew more about ?: I think that WCPL offers great technology for people to checkout . We have hotspots that provide Wi-Fi in homes , Xbox , PlayStation , and Nintendo Switch games , and laptops for in-house use . We are also working on a new computer lab that we are excited for !
4 . Favorite book ?: “ Blue Like Jazz ”, which is a semi-autobiographical work of the authors personal growing understanding of the nature of God and Jesus . It really helped shape my perspective on life in general !
5 . Name one local business you ’ d like to highlight & why ?: The Bryan Movie Theatre has always been a staple on the square and a lot of improvements have been made in recent years . They have also been incredibly generous to the library when we work with them for programming . Keep up the good work , we really appreciate your service !
6 . What event are you most excited to have at the Bryan Main Library in the upcoming months ?: The gallery that will be on display the majority of November . We are working with the Black Swamp Art Guild and over 70 pieces will be displayed !

November Family / Teen / Kids Programs

Dinner and a Movie , November 4th , 5:00PM PIONEER BRANCH LIBRARY
Come enjoy dinner and a movie after a busy week ! Open to all ages , this event is great for family night ! Watch , Alexander and the Terrible , Horrible , No Good , Very Bad Day ( PG ). Register .
Keep Your Kids Safe Online , November 7th , 6:30PM PIONEER BRANCH LIBRARY
Guest speaker Pioneer Police Chief , Tim Livengood will talk to families about the importance of internet and social media safety . Parents will be educated on what to look and watch out for with their child ' s online activity . Kids / Teens will be taught the dangers of social media , and the negative impact of what it can do .