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Registration for the Harrison County Public Library 2011 Summer Reading Program One World, Many Stories begins today, Tuesday, May 31. Register in person at any library location, over the telephone or…Continue
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On May 16th, 2011 the CDC--that's the Center for Disease Control-- released a blog under the heading "Preparedness 101: Zombie Apocalypse." Read their blog here. Along with a short history of zombies of the movie persuasion, the CDC also provides a list of things you should stockpile in your zombie safe-house:
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Family Time this month featured a Stuffed Animal Sleepover. Children dropped off their beloved stuffed animals to spend the night at the library. Our after hours surveillance bearcam captured the action in this power point presentation .
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Career Cruising is a great place to get career outlooks, wage estimates, and education needs for almost any field. To get started all you need to do is choose “Explore Careers” on the left-hand side of the main page.
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Mango is the library’s language database. Each course has two parts, Basic and Complete for those that want to master that language. Languages are presented in a conversational tone a little at a time. Languages include French, German, and Spanish as well as some more exotic languages like Arabic, Japanese, and Pirate. It also offers several English as a second language courses. For a complete list of languages see …Continue
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