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Resume Workshop

Need help putting together a resume? Join us on Saturday, October 12 from 1-2 PM as Preston Banks of Resume Solutions gives tips and advice regarding creating the best resume possible. Registration required.

October Counseling Sessions With SCORE

Thinking about starting a small business but you're not sure where to begin? Schedule a one hour consultation on Thursday, October 10 from 6:00-9:00 PM with a mentor from SCORE (previously Service Corps of Retired Executives) and receive free and confidential advice from a seasoned professional.

To register for a session or for additional information, please contact SCORE representative Ed Krupa (epkrupa@yahoo.com).

Understanding Financial Statements

If you are a small business owner or manager, financial statements can be a constant source of stress if you are not financially literate. Join us on Thursday, September 26 from 6:30 - 7:30 PM as we invite SCORE to explain what financial statements are, understand what they say and mean, and how to use them to start, manage, and grow your business. No registration required.

September Counseling Sessions With SCORE

Thinking about starting a small business but you're not sure where to begin? Schedule a one hour consultation on Thursday, September 12 from 6:00-9:00 PM with a mentor from SCORE (previously Service Corps of Retired Executives) and receive free and confidential advice from a seasoned professional.

To register for a session or for additional information, please contact SCORE representative Ed Krupa (epkrupa@yahoo.com).

August Counseling Sessions With SCORE

Thinking about starting a small business but you're not sure where to begin? Schedule a one hour consultation on Thursday, August 8 from 6:00-9:00 PM with a mentor from SCORE (previously Service Corps of Retired Executives) and receive free and confidential advice from a seasoned professional.

To register for a session or for additional information, please contact SCORE representative Ed Krupa (epkrupa@yahoo.com).

Learn About Protecting Animals

Would you like to learn more about protecting and rescuing 
animals? Be sure to visit the library July 15-21 and see the 
display case featuring various animal welfare agencies including World Wildlife Foundation, Stiggy's Dogs, The Humane Society of Huron Valley, The Humane Society Berman Center for Animal Care - Westland, Best Friends Animal Society, and Rescued Greyhounds as Pets.  Please visit any of these organization's websites, read one of the library's many books or watch a movie about animals to earn a badge. Blog about something you've learned if you like!

Be a Track Detective!

Can you tell us who made these tracks? Follow these instructions:
  1. Obtain an activity log from one of the Help Desks.
  2. Locate the animal tracks and photos on the window of the Purple room in the Children’s department or along the bottom part of the New Book shelf in the Adult department.
  3. Look at an animal track and read the attached hint. Do you know which animal made the track or can you recognize the animal from the added description?
  4. Now look at all the animal photos displayed. Do you see the animal you think was described and could have made the track? If so...
  5. Find the letter next to the track. Write that letter next to the correct animal on the activity log.
  6. Put your completed activity log in the box on the reception desk for a drawing. Don’t forget to claim your ANIMAL LOVER badge online, too!

Fiction For Cat Lovers

Family affair by Debbie Macomber

Cupid Cats by Katie MacAlister, Vicki Lewis Thompson & Connie Brockway

Tails of wonder and imagination by edited by Ellen Datlow

The cat's meow by Emily Carmichael

The go-between by Joyce Stranger

The nine lives of Christmas by Sheila Roberts

Of cats and men: stories by Nina de Gramont

Animal Lover Scavenger Hunt

Animals have scattered throughout the library! Can you find them all? Follow these instructions:
  1. Obtain an activity log from one of the Help desks.
  2. Read each clue and search the library to find a picture of the animal described.
  3. Write down the name and location of each animal you find.
  4. Put your completed activity log in the box on the reception desk for a drawing. Don’t forget to claim your ANIMAL LOVER badge online, too!