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Find your place as a volunteer at the library! The TCC Library is full of great information about volunteering.
Who is your volunteer hero? Share where you volunteer and how others may join your volunteer opportunity.
Here are a few ways to volunteer during COVID-19:
-Donate non-perishables to a local food pantry
-Check on your senior neighbors (practicing social distancing)
Then check out some of these great Volunteering e-books.
- Volunteer Engagement 2.0: Ideas and Insights Changing the World
- Volunteers: A Social Profile
- How to be Great at Doing Good
- The Essence of Strategic Giving: A Practical Guide for Donors and Fundraisers
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We had such a great event last week when Julie Murphy came to talk about her newest YA book, Dumplin’. Especially excited were the 28 young adults who came from South Campus’ Early College High School! This group of 9th graders had a lot of questions for Julie about writing and getting published and were very enthused to talk to a published author. We also had others from SO campus attend. Here are some photos from the event.
In Library Events, Uncategorized
In 1979, the President’s Commission on the Holocaust recommended annual Days of Remembrance, and in 1980 Congress established the Days of Remembrance as the nation’s annual commemoration of the Holocaust. It also created the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum as a permanent living memorial to the victims. The Days of Remembrance are observed by state and local governments, in schools, in libraries, and increasingly in churches as well as synagogues.
Come to the South Campus Library to see our display for Holocaust: Days of Remembrance, courtesy of Bern Sullivan, library manager. Here are a few photos of the display.
Welcome to the South Campus Library – Jenkins Garrett Library