Nic News Weekly: July 30, 2021
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Nic News Weekly: July 23, 2021
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NFLS News - July 2021
The NFLS News is a bi-monthly newsletter highlighting all the great things the member libraries of the Nicolet Federated Library System are doing throughout our communities.
Read the July 2021 NFLS News for the latest news from a few of our member libraries. Topics include:
Nic News Weekly: July 16, 2021
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Kim Cackowski is the new director of the Oneida Community Library.
Kim has been working at the Oneida Community Library for over 15 years: first at the Oneida Community Library and then moving over to the Green Earth Branch for the past nine years.
Kim has recently stepped into the role of Library Manager. She said "Our library is a public library on the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin Reservation, this gives us the opportunity to share our culture with the surrounding communities in a diverse and welcoming setting for all. I am excited to take on this new role to serve the community."
Nic News Weekly: July 9, 2021
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Brown County Library’s Offer to Purchase Building for Future East Branch Library Is Accepted
After careful consideration and thoughtful deliberation, and upon approval by the Brown County Education and Recreation Committee, the Brown County Library Board of Trustees announces an accepted offer of $975,000 for property that will become the future home of the East Branch Library.
On Wednesday, July 7, the Ed & Rec Committee approved a resolution to authorize the purchase of the property at 2253 Main Street in east Green Bay for an East Branch Library location. A top priority for the Library Board, the search for a new East Branch Library location is complete after a series of facility studies, assessment, and public comment.
“We are excited to have taken this critical step toward a new, modern, and innovative library for residents of Brown County,” said Brian Anderson, Library Board President.
Registration is now open for Wisconsin Trustee Training Week 2021, which will be held August 23-27.
There will be one webinar each day from noon to 1 p.m. on a topic that’s relevant to public library boards, friends, and trustees. Webinars are available free of charge and are open to anyone.
You must register for each webinar individually at www.wistrusteetraining.com. More information is also available at that link, and you can also access recordings from the 2015-20 webinars.
Please check the NEWI list of free webinars to find online continuing education opportunities you may attend from where you are. Most sessions are 60 minutes long, and are provided – at no charge to you – by associations, agencies, companies, and library systems.
There’s a lot to choose from, so here’s a sample of topics that may be of interest to you.
Managing stress & building resilience, click title to register:
Equity, diversity and inclusion, click title to register:
Google tools, click title to register:
A sample of webinars on other topics; click title to register:
The following comes from the Wisconsin Library Association:
You're amazing! Nominate yourself or another deserving candidate for a WLA Award this year.
New this year! Winners will have a chance to share their story at a winners panel presentation at the WLA Conference in November!
Visit www.wisconsinlibraries.org/awards-honors for a list of awards and application instructions.
Nominations are due August 27, 2021.
Want to promote these nomination opportunities at your library?Download these files, print & share!
Nic News Weekly: July 2, 2021
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Covering Wisconsin is a non-profit that connects Wisconsin residents with health insurance and other programs that support health.
Here are links to county-specific sheets created by Covering Wisconsin that provide your patrons with the contact information they need to obtain health insurance and other services.
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