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Speak Up for Your Library!

Posted on June 22nd, 2009 by Becky.
Categories: All posts, Books, Homework Help, Web sites to watch.

This year’s Summer Reading Program theme is all about expressing yourself. With the proposed cuts to library funding, now is the time to make your voice heard!

What does the library mean to you? A safe place to hang out after school? Somewhere you can go for help with your homework? Your only source for new books? The first place you could access the Internet?

Let your local legislators know how important the library is to you! Email Governor Strickland today, or contact the following state representatives to share your thoughts. You can make a difference!

Not sure what to write? Check out this sample letter.

Senator Bill Harris, President of the Senate

Senator David Goodman, 3rd District

Representative Kevin Bacon, 21st District

Representative Marian Harris, 19th District

Representative Nancy Garland, %20th District

Representative Kris Jordan, 2nd District

For more information on the budget proposal, please refer to this article from Library Journal, or the Save Ohio Libraries website.


Kelly B.

Comment on June 22nd, 2009.

That’s crazy!! I emailed the governor and I hope he gets the message that people really love their local library!


Comment on June 23rd, 2009.

Thanks, Kelly! We need as many people as possible to speak up before June 30 to ask the governor NOT to cut funding to Ohio’s public libraries! Every voice counts!

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