Campaign for America's Libraries

Ten librarians across the country honored for outstanding public service accomplishments

2014 winners announced for the prestigious Carnegie Corporation of New York/
New York Times I Love My Librarian Award

Libraries showcase free financial resources

CHICAGO — Libraries from Maine to Hawaii will offer activities that will teach members of their communities how to hone their financial decision-making skills during “Money Smart Week @ your library,” April 18 – 25. More than 3,500 free Money Smart Week events will take place throughout the country on topics ranging from saving for college and managing student loan debt to budgeting and retirement. 

Celebrate National Library Week with new promotions and tools

CHICAGO — Looking for ways to promote National Library Week (April 12-18, 2015)? The American Library Association’s Campaign for America’s Libraries has a variety of tools and promotional ideas to help you promote the theme of Unlimited possibilities @ your library. Tools are available at ala.org/NLW.

Leading up to and throughout National Library Week, the Campaign is hosting a new social media promotion that showcases the changing role of libraries.

Application deadline extended: Apply to win $3,000 to promote your library

CHICAGO — The application deadline for the Scholastic Library Publishing National Library Week Grant has been extended to Monday, Jan. 26.

Libraries seeking to share their stories and raise public awareness are encouraged to apply for the 2015 Scholastic Library Publishing National Library Week Grant. The library that develops the best public awareness campaign using the National Library Week theme will be awarded $3,000 to promote its library and library services.

Lansing, Mich. librarian selected for prestigious national public service honor

Cherry Hamrick receives Carnegie Corporation of New York/
New York Times I Love My Librarian Award

    
NEW YORK — Today, Cherry Hamrick, library director of the Delta Township District Library in Lansing, Mich., will receive the Carnegie Corporation of New York/New York Times I Love My Librarian Award for her outstanding public service to the community and ongoing commitment to changing lives through education. Hamrick is one of only 10 librarians within the United States recognized this year for this esteemed honor.

Richmond, Ind. librarian selected for prestigious national public service honor

Frances Yates named recipient of the Carnegie Corporation of New York
New York Times I Love My Librarian Award

Waterville, Maine librarian selected for prestigious national public service honor

Sarah A. Sugden named recipient of the Carnegie Corporation of New York/
New York Times I Love My Librarian Award

    
NEW YORK — Today, Sarah A. Sugden, director of the Waterville (Maine) Public Library will receive the Carnegie Corporation of New York/New York Times I Love My Librarian Award for her outstanding public service to the community and ongoing commitment to changing lives through education. Sugden is one of only 10 librarians within the United States recognized this year for this esteemed honor.

Cleveland librarian selected for prestigious national public service honor

Kevin M. Ray recipient of the Carnegie Corporation of New York/
New York Times I Love My Librarian Award

NEW YORK — Today, Kevin M. Ray, children’s librarian with Cleveland Public Library will receive the Carnegie Corporation of New York/New York Times I Love My Librarian Award for his outstanding public service to the community and ongoing commitment to changing lives through education. Ray is one of only 10 librarians within the United States recognized this year for this esteemed honor.

Middletown, Del. librarian selected for prestigious national public service honor

Christine Payne recipient of the Carnegie Corporation of New York/
New York Times I Love My Librarian Award

    
NEW YORK — Today, Christine Payne, librarian at Appoquinimink High School library in Middletown, Del., will receive the Carnegie Corporation of New York/New York Times I Love My Librarian Award for her outstanding public service to the community and ongoing commitment to changing lives through education. Payne is one of only 10 librarians within the United States recognized this year for this esteemed honor.

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