Last month, Columbine Library staff raised $1,000 through a silent auction held during the Holiday Boutique. All items that were part of the auction were handmade by someone connected to Columbine Library and included quilts, cards, paintings, jewelry, pottery and knit items.
The money raised at auction was donated to the Tennyson Center for Children, which provides aid to abused, neglected and at-risk kids.
In order to serve you better, we're conducting maintenance on our catalog and the My Account section of our website on Tuesday, Jan. 24. Unfortunately, access to these sections will not be available during this time. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
If access to Wikipedia or some of your other favorite websites is unavailable due to protests against the proposed SOPA and PIPA bills, fear not. JCPL can still get you the information you need.
Our databases can help you find what you're looking for on a number of topics from starting a business, to science, history and current events, plus so much more.
Not only that, but the Library's greatest resource - our staff are available to help you by phone, chat, email or in person.
If you'd like to find out more about the proposed SOPA and PIPA bills, these articles from CNN and The Washington Post break it down.
Jefferson County Public Library's Board of Trustees officially appointed
Pam Nissler as executive director of Jefferson County Public Library. As you know, Pam has been serving as acting executive director since July when Marcellus Turner accepted the city librarian postion at Seattle Public Library
Pam said she is "thrilled" to accept the poistion and looks forward to working closely with the comunities we serve.
Join us in welcoming Pam in her new role at JCPL.