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       SUMMER 2018 Newsletter   
           

Back issues are available on the Newsletter page. 


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               Library Trustees Manual
               
 

One copy of the revised NHLTA Trustee Manual was distributed to every New Hampshire Public Library. Click on the cover page (above right image) to open, download, and/or search the electronic version or go to the Manual Page of the website.
 



August & September Events

MEETING RESCHEDULED
Carrol County-White Mountains Regional Trustee Meeting
Sept 6 • Conway

North Country Orientation Workshop & Regional Trustee Meeting
Sept 13 • Lancaster

Monadnock Regional Trustee Meeting
Sept 21 • Stoddard

Seacoast Regional Trustee Meeting

October 11 • Rye


Details HERE
 
Meet Mary Castelli
the new president of NHLTA

 

SCHOLARSHIPS
The Mildred P. McKay Scholarship Fund has been providing scholarships to improve library services within the state for over fifty years. Criteria and application form available for download on the Scholarship Page.
 
NHLTA WEBINAR AVAILABLE
 
"The Other Money" 
presented by Terry Knowles
 
Navigating the different sources of money received by a public library can be confusing. In this webinar you will learn how to legally accept, administer, and expend all private and non-tax categories of money given to your library, and how those funds relate to the annual budgeting process. Links to WEBINAR and to PDF of PowerPoint slides.
 
Terry Knowles is the recognized expert on libraries and funding issues. She recently retired as Assistant Director of Charitable Trusts, NH Attorney General’s Office.  

 

In Memory of Lillian Edelmann
1928 – 2018 


'Big Lil' was mentor, friend, library ambassador, and fearless leader who's "fire in the belly" belief in NH libraries was the guiding force of the NHLTA.
Slide show from 2013 Conference,
photo collage and newsletter article.