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ACTC Library News, Events and special notices.

Tuesday, October 30, 2007

New Copier

Unfortunately the days of free copies have to come an end. We finally have the coin-op copier set up for you to use and is fully operational (like the second Death Star in Jedi). Copies are 10 cents per page. The coin-op takes $1's and $5's and also gives change, please do not ask the library for change because we CANNOT give out change for the copier. The new copier is located in the Copy Room directly across from the periodical section, first door on the left!

Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Author Penny Loeb to visit ACTC Library Nov. 9th

The Faculty of Mansbach Memorial Library, Ashland Community and Technical College, invite you to a reading of Moving Mountains by author Penny Loeb. Compellingly written, Moving Mountains is the account of one woman, her community and the fight waged and won against big coal and mountaintop removal. Ms. Loeb is the former senior editor at U.S. News and World Report and former investigative reporter for Newsday. She was also a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize.

The event will be Friday, Nov. 9th, at 2:00pm in the library and Ms. Loeb will be signing copies of her book, which will be available for purchase following the event.

Wednesday, October 10, 2007

November is National Novel Writing Month

Have you always wanted to write the "great American novel"? Now's your chance! Participate in National Novel Writing Month, also know as NaNoWriMo. The goal is write 50,000 words (about 175 pages) in 30 days (Nov.1-30). Registration is free. Tax-deductible donations are encouraged, but not required. Registration is now open and will remain open until the end of November. For more information, click here.

Monday, October 01, 2007

Banned Books

The Library is celebrating Banned Books Week all week. Come in and see some books that have been banned and pick up a bookmark.

Want to know more about Banned Books? Click here.

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