Year-End Thoughts

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Year end brings a time of reflection. As I look back on 2012 for the library, many events and milestones immediately come to mind.

We were honored to be awarded a Citation of Excellence for superior customer service from our state librarian at our annual conference. It affirmed our commitment to superior service with a can-do attitude in a cost effective manner.

Our 140th birthday celebration with author Susan Orlean was a highlight of the year and we were pleased it was one of the top entertainment events on MLive.

We launched First Saturday @ KPL, a monthly program for school age children last spring, hosted all KPS first-graders twice this fall, and kept kids reading over the summer through our summer reading games. Through these efforts, kids checked out 19% more books this year than the year before!

We bonded with author Luis Urrea when he visited as our Reading Together author, launched our Geek campaign in the Do-Dah Parade, graduated the first class of our Nonprofit Leadership Academy through ONEplace.

Of course we continued to provide materials for reading, viewing, and listening and assistance at a variety of public service desks at Central and branches.

It was good year at the library and we are ready to move on to 2013.

Best wishes for the new year; come visit soon.


Year-End Thoughts

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