Paula LaRue wins a year of free AASL membership
For Immediate Release
Manager, Web Communications
American Association of School Librarians (AASL)
CHICAGO – By sharing the wealth of AASL membership with a colleague, Paula LaRue, in turn, won a free year of AASL membership for herself. LaRue’s name was drawn as the March winner of the American Association of School Librarians’ (AASL) Share the Wealth Campaign. LaRue referred Ellen Williams to AASL.
“I recommend membership in AASL to all my school library friends,” said LaRue. “I feel it's important to have a national voice about the vital work we do every day. Our state organizations work tirelessly, but a nationwide presence commands the attention and support our students deserve. I'm especially excited about welcoming the AASL conference to the Buckeye State in November--can't wait to see you all then!”
Using the “Share the Wealth” membership acceptance form located on the AASL website, all current, personal AASL members are encouraged to reach out to their colleagues and invite them to join the only national professional organization focused on school librarians and the school library community.
For each member recruited, the referring AASL member will receive an entry in a monthly drawing for a complimentary year of AASL membership. Their name will also be entered into a final grand prize drawing for an AASL 17th National Conference & Exhibition package, which includes registration, three nights lodging and round trip airfare to Columbus, Ohio. Multiple referrals will be accepted and will increase their chances to win.
To participate and earn entry into prize drawings, membership acceptance forms must be returned with payment directly to AASL. Memberships processed by ALA – either online or on paper – will not be included in the “Share the Wealth” campaign. For complete program rules and regulations, visit www.ala.org/aasl/STW.
The American Association of School Librarians www.aasl.org, a division of the American Library Association (ALA), empowers leaders to transform teaching and learning.