Getting down to business…
At the next Board meeting, we’ll be looking into changing the structure from Board governance to a membership type of organization, where all members present at a meeting can vote, similar to a Friends of the Library organization.
The Foundation has sponsored the Taylor Community Library’s Braille and Talking Books bi-monthly newsletters to get information out about the program. If you haven’t signed up for Kroger Rewards, sign up now! We received $25 the first quarter and $49 the second quarter. The more people we have sign up, the more we’ll earn.
Money, money, money…
Lastly, I’ll be running the Detroit Free Press International Half Marathon. At the beginning of the year, I decided I would use the Half-Marathon as an opportunity to fund raise for the Foundation. I am a slacker. I am sorry. I would like to thank all those people who donated in January, and now I’m going to beg for money again, so I’ll be running 13.1 miles. To support me, please donate $13 or more dollars to Library Access Foundation before I run out of time.
It’s a Sign!
Michigan Custom Signs donated signs to Taylor Community Library’s Braille and Talking Books program. The company recently acquired the ability to provide braille on signs, and wanted to display their new technology. Although Library Access Foundation didn’t have anything to do with the sign donation, I love the new signage so I had to point it out.