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Delivery/Curbside Service
Delivery/Curb-Side Service --Moyer library has provided delivery and curb-side service for elderly and disabled patrons. Please remember that we have this service as the winter months bring cold and icy conditions. For more information, please call the library.
*****Volunteers Needed****
Volunteer Tutors Needed –Parkland College is looking for regular tutors in their drop-in locations. On Saturday, February 2nd there will be an Intro to Tutoring training at Moyer District Library from 10:00-11:30am. More information can be found on facebook at Project Read at Parkland College Adult Ed. You can also email or call 217/353-2662 with questions or for more information.
Moyer District Library Board of Trustees Regular Meeting
Moyer District Library Board of Trustees Regular Meeting Wednesday, November 14, 2018 6:30 p.m. ___Call to order and roll call by President-Ida Wahls ___Public Comments ___Agenda Additions ___Approval of Minutes from October 10, 2018 ___Treasurer’s Report-Chuck Marx-Approve the Financial Report for October ___Communications-Sharon Heavilin Committee/Special Reports ___Building and Grounds—Jim Hazen- LED Lighting done, Carpet cleaning on Saturday, November 24 ___Policy and Personnel-Erin Nuss—-Approve or disapprove the following policies--Alcohol, Carrying Guns on Library Property policy, Exhibits and Display Policy, Hours of Operation, Smoking, Study Rooms Policy, and Violence or Threats of Violence ___Long Range Planning- Pat Harper-Adopt Long Range Plan ___Finance-Chuck Marx— Tax Levy—Ordinance No. 18-03 ___Librarian’s Report-Sharon Heavilin –Per Capita requirements-Review Public Services: Reference and Reader’s Advisory Service in Serving out Public 3.0 and Human Resources in Trustees Fact File ___Old Business— ___New Business— ___Adjourn Meeting
Access past issues of the Gibson City Courier
Access past issues of the Gibson City Courier-- The Gibson City Courier is now digitized. Papers from 1875 to 2015 at online at Come to Moyer Library to use and enjoy this resource.