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The Sundance Times Page 4 Thursday, April 16, 2015 The Crook County Library held a ChocOlate Con, test on March 3 I. The Grand Prize Wilmer with her Salted The about it and keep~g! Library to host Tim McCoy presentation Crook County Library will sponsor a free presentation by Richard and Mary Maturi on Friday, April 24. The Maturis' presentation, "Col. Tim McCoy, Wyoming Adjutant General and Cowboy Movie Star", examines the life and career of Tim McCoy. McCoy traveled to Wyoming as a young man becoming a cowboy-for-hire, a homesteader and ranch owner, a friend to the Northern Arapahoe and Cheyenne, Wyo- ming Adjutant General and a movie star. The free event begins at 7 p.m. at the Library meeting room, 414 Main Street, Sundance. The general public is invited. For more information, call 283-1006 or email crookcoun- tylib@rangeweb. net. Richard is the author of 1,100 articles and 27 books, five with his wife Mary. He has won many writing awards and you may have heard in- terviews with him and Mary on public radio or TV: They have done extensive research on tonight's topic of the life and ca- reer of Col. Tim McCoy. "Col. Tim McCoy, Wyoming Adjutant General and Cowboy Movie Star" is preaeanted by the:Wyoming Humanities Council as part of itS~2015 Humanities'Forum. The%Vy0ming H~an- ities Council provides public humanities-based programs in partnership with local organizations and is funded by the Na- tional Endowment for the Humanities. I I I I I Sign On Ist time Dish subscriber onl] Credit check and 24 month contract required. Must preserlt coupon at Prime Entertainment, -FREE INSTALLATION" ~M Call for current promotions. Prime Entertainment Communications 605-892-4565 t 1013 US Ftwy. 2t2, Belle Fourche, SO I FREE FOR LIFE N]~TWORK i II ~ ~F~i!i!iiii:i!i!::i!iii!i!i!!iiiiiiiii~:iiiii:!:i :ii:i WE HAVE 3 LIGHTNING FAST INTERNET PACKAGES STARTING AT ONLY S38 A MONTH! UP'lO REGULAR PRICE We sell below list everyday! * We also carry BY JILL MACKEY National Library Week, April 12-18, is a time :,J celebrate the contributions of our nation's libraries and library workers and to promote library use and support. First sponsored in 1958, National Library Week is a national observance sponsored by the American Library Association (ALA) and li- braries across the country each April. From free access to books and online resources for families to library business centers that help support entrepreneurship and retrain- ing, libraries offer opportunity to all. The theme for 2015 National Library Week is ~Unlimited Possibilities @ your library.~ According to The State of America's Li- braries Report released this month by the American Library Association (AIA), aca- demic, public and school libraries are ex- periencing a shift in how they are perceived by their communities and society. No lon- ger just places for books, libraries of all types are viewed as anchors, centers for academic life and research and cherished spaces. Libraries provide a world of opportunity for all people, regardless of your age, income or background. Whether you're checking out the latest bestseller, researching your college term paper, getting homework help or using the Internet, the library has the BY ALLISON BUSH-FORSBERG AND KIM HEASTER Loretta Durfee has been faith- fully keeping up the library scrapbook for years and would like someone to take it over. We are looking for someone who would be willing to jump in. Please contact Jill at 283-1006 or crookcountylib@rangeweb, net for more information. NATIONAL LIBRARY WEEK is April 13-17. Stop in to register for our daily drawings and please come to the Friends of the Library Luncheon on Friday, April 17 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Open and free to the public. SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIR Apri113-24. Newtitles avail- able in ZiNIO: QUILTING ARTS MAGAZINE and QUILTS FROM AROUND THE WORLD. Library Programming: STO- RYTIME for toddlers and pre- schoolers every Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. Stories and fun with April's themes of "In the Jungle," "National Library Week,~ "April Showers," and "Bugs, Bugs, Bugs." LUNCH BUNCH BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP will meet every third Thursday at 11 a.m. in the library meeting room. For April they will be discussing "Me Before You" by Jojo Moyes. Please contact the library ff you 322 Cleveland * Sundance, WY 307-283-1355 Call us 1-800-953-9011 or email us at trcatv@trcable.tv Monday - Friday 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Saturday 8:00 a.m to 5:00 p,m. UST PRICE Baldwin filters! Check us out on face.book: www.facebook.com/ TracyMotorCompany resources and staff to help you find what you are looking for. The mission of the Crook County Public Li- brary Syst-~ is to "enable the people of Crook County to cherish their history and expand their personal horizons, through free and easily accessible information and services." The Library system is composed of the Main Library in Sundance, and two branch librar- ies in Moorcroff and Hulett. The Crook Coun- ty Commissioners provide the funding for the library system and appoint a five-member Library Board to oversee its administration. Each board member is appointed for a maxi- mum of two three-year terms - we try to have each area of the county represented on the board. Currently, the board is composed of Maylee Baron-Kanode, Robert Smith, Marge Myers, Tami Baron and Hannah Ista. The board meets once a month, usually on the first Wednesday after the first Tuesday, with the location rotating among the three librar- ies. The board meetings are always open to the public and anyone is welcome to attend. The Crook County Library Board appoints the Library Director, who is responsible for the day-to-day operation of all three librar- ies. Each library is responsible for their own collection development and programming, based on the needs and desires of their local patrons. Each community has a separate Friends of the Library organization to work in support of their library, provide volunteers for the library, and raise funds to provide "small" purchases for their library (e.g. books, fur- nfrure). The library system is also supported by the Crook County Library Foundation, a nonprofit corporation formed by the library board in 1984 to administer gifts and dona- tions to the library system. The Foundation is the fundraising arm of our library system and has just complete fundraising in sup- port of the Wyoming Library Endowment Match, which provided a three-to-one match for funds raised at the local level. The endow- ment funds must be invested permanently and the proceeds from the investments will be used in support of all our county libraries. Currently our Library Foundation members are Susan Hadley, Jeanne Habeck, Jeanette Smith, Will Yemington, Linda Rogers; Sue Fuhrmann and Library board liaison Han- nah Ista. National Library Week is a great time to see what's new at your public library and how li- brarians and library workers can provide you with the resources and services you need when you need them. We encourage all our community members to come check us out] For more information, visit or call your lo- cal library or explore the library's Web site at www.crookcountylibrary.org. This Week at Your Library would like a book. The FEEDER sin, by Mark H. Brown. A STOCK New Young Adult Books on READERS DISCUSSION GROUP TANK OF PETUNIAS ON POV- CDi PENDRAGON BOOK NINE: will meet every third Tuesday at ERTY FLAT by Phillis Letellier. RAVEN RISE by D. J. MacHale. 5:30 p.m. at the Longhorn. For KIT CARSON: A Portrait in Cour- While Bobby Pendragon is April they will be discussing "Still age, by M. Morgan Estergeen.trapped on Ibara, the battle to de- Alice" by Lisa Genova. CROOK CHOKECHERRY PLACES: Es- fend Second Earth against Saint COUNTY LIBRARY BOARD usu- says from the High Plains, by Dane rages on. ally meets every first Thursday Merrill Gilfillan. DISTANT HORI- New Junior Fiction: GOOSE- after the first Tuesday of each ZONS: A Publication of WyoPo- BUMPS HORROr.AND #10 month. Location rotates between ets, edited by Constance Brewer. HELP! WE HAVE STRANGE the libraries in Sundance, Moor- CAMPFIRE TALES OF JACK- POWERS[ by R. L. Stine. Twins croft, and Hulett. Meetings open SON HOLE by various authors.Jillian and Jackson freak out to the public. CROOK COUNTY COWBOY POETRY MATrERS: when they find that they can LIBRARY FOUNDATION BOARD From Abilene to the Mainstream suddenly read people's thoughts, usually meets every third Thurs- Contemporary Cowboy Writ- but someone knows their secret day at 1:30 p.m. Location rotates ing, edited by Robert McDowell. and will stop at nothing to control among the three libraries. SUN- BUFFALO BILL AND THE WILD their powers! DANCE FRIENDS OF THE LI- WEST by Henry Blackman Sell New Junior Graphic Novels: EL BRARY usually meets every sec- and Victor Weybright. DEAFO by Cece Bell. Ceee loses ond Tuesday, September through New Books on CD: These CD her hearing as a child, but finds May, at 11 a.m. in the library Books are part of a new set of that her hearing aid g~ves her meeting room. Major projects traveling CD books. This setsuper hearing power! Can she include the annual book sale, ~ remain in Sundance for channel her powers into finding Valentine's bake sale, and Open three months, then spend three the thing she wants most, a true House luncheon. Always on the months at each of our branchfriend? A 2015 Newberry Honor lookout for new members, libraries. THE TRAIL TO SEVEN Book. Donated by Debbie Proctor New Fiction: PRODIGAL SON PINES by Louis L'Amour. Un- and RoseZella and Richard Proc- by Danielle Steel. Twin boys grow abridged on 6 discs for a playing tor in memory of Dana Proctor. up in the same family, in the time of 7 hours. GUILTY AS SIN New Junior Non-fiction: U. S. same town. Dramatically differ- by Tami Hoag. Unabridged on AIR FORCE TRUE STORIES: ent, theybecome bitter enemies. 16discs for a total time of 18.75 TALES OF BRAVERY by Adam One leaves his peaceful home- hours. BETRAYAL OF TRUST Miller. Dramatic true stories will town, but when all else fails, by J.A. Jance. 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