- bug repellent wipes, any size or brand
- new, unused pencils
The supply drive was the idea of library pages Laurie Conlen, mom of an Army lieutenant stationed in Afghanistan, and Linda Hampton, who lost a brother in the Vietnam War. They saw the power of the community's response to the library's diaper drive, which netted 17,000 diaper donations for the Detroit Area Diaper Bank, and suggested a drive for the troops.
- Irene's Myomassology Institute
- U of M-Dearborn
- Schoolcraft College
- Walsh College
- Lawrence Tech
- Specs Howard School of Media Arts
- L'Esprit Academy
- Wayne State University
- Davenport University
- International Bartending School
- ITT Tech
- Art Institute of Michigan
- Center for Film Studies
- Concordia College
- Eastern Michigan University
- Dorsey Business School
- Armed Forces Recruiting
- DeVry University
CANTON, MI — More than 20 colleges, institutes and specialty training schools are participating in the second annual Key to Your Success Open House sponsored by the Canton Public Library on Monday, May 3, 6:30-8:00PM at the Summit on the Park ballroom.
High school students and adults looking for retraining or a new career can gather information from traditional 4-year Michigan colleges, 2-year community colleges and specialty training programs for careers in health services, business, cosmetology, media arts, technology, the military and more. Admissions associates from each school will be on hand to provide information and answer questions.
The Canton Public Library is looking for 20 families to become leaders in a local environmental stewardship effort by participating in Action for Earth, a partnership project between the library, the Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum and Project S.N.A.P. (Share, Nurture, Act Preserve).
The families selected will participate in two workshops held at the Canton Public Library and led by the Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum, one Project S.N.A.P. session creating art with a message for a community mural, and one community-wide environmental event. Families should be Canton residents, have children in K-8 classes and be willing to commit their time and energy to the Action for Earth project.
For details or to apply for the program, call the Canton Public Library at 734-397-0999 or read more on the CPL blog.
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