Best Small Public Library In Kansas

By , 08/17/2016

Do you know a public library that you are proud of? How about a public library that offers services or programs that seems unique to your library or community? Do you know of a model library that is doing what other libraries could or should be doing?

If you answered yes to any of these questions – then consider applying or nominating a library for the Best Small Public Library in Kansas. The application process is not difficult. To be considered for the award the public library must be serving a taxing district with less than 5,000 people and provide creative, excellent library services, programs, or activities that can be replicated in other libraries. More information and the application is available at the KLA website – http://kslibassoc.org/home/about/best-small-public-library/

Take some time and apply or nominate today. Nominations / applications are due by September 1st. Send to tsummey@emporia.edu or through the mail to Terri Summey; Emporia State University Libraries and Archives; 1 Kellogg Circle, Box 4051; Emporia, KS 66801. Winners will be notified by September 15th. Awards will be presented during the KLA/KASL Joint Conference in Wichita, Oct. 19th – 21st.

Emporia State University
Terri Summey
Professor / Reference and Instruction Librarian
Libraries and Archives
Emporia State University
620-341-5058
tsummey@emporia.edu
www.emporia.edu/libsv

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