2018 FOCL Annual Meeting & Awards Ceremony
The Friends of Connecticut Libraries Cordially Invite You To Our Annual Meeting & Awards Ceremony! It will held:
Saturday, June 9, 2018 | 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Middlesex Community College -- **The Pavilion, Founders Building**
100 Training Hill Road Middletown, CT, 06457
Admission is free however you must register. You can either mail in this form, or email your name and Friends group to Frank Ridley, email@example.com.
After breakfast, there will be a short business meeting, followed by an the Annual Awards Ceremony. This year's winners include individuals and Friends
groups from Falls Village, Farmington, Groton, Guilford, Newington, Orange, Prospect, Salem, Simsbury, Old Lyme and Ridgefield.
Featured speaker will be author Diana Ross McCain who will discuss her book, "The Children's Children", a historical novel based upon the Lyman family
of Connecticut and Lyman Orchards. The author will be available to sign books after the program (books will be available for purchase).
The program will conclude with our famous "Tea Cup Raffle" and networking.
Questions? Contact Carl Nawrocki at (860) 859-1641 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
New Location: The Pavilion, Founders Building
Middlesex Community College has changed the location of FOCL’s Annual Meeting. For the past several years, we have met in Chapman Hall. Due to some last minute construction, we will hold the 2018 Annual Meeting in the Pavilion in the Founders Building, which is right across from Chapman Hall.
To get to The Pavilion from the lower parking lot:
1. First locate the Handicap parking spaces to the left of the drop off circle. From there, a set of stairs (located on the far left of the Founders Building) allow you to enter the Founders Building and the Pavilion directly.
2. If you want to avoid the stairs, walk to the front of Founders Hall to enter the building and get to the Pavilion.FOCL will have outdoor and indoor signs and a person outside to direct you.
What is FOCL?
The Friends of Connecticut Libraries (FOCL) is a non-profit organization consisting of local Friends groups, organizations and individual members who believe that libraries are an essential resource for the citizens of our State.
We provide newsletters, workshops, conferences and visitations that support Friends functions such as fundraising, sponsorship of educational and entertainment programs, advocacy for their library, and in-library volunteer work like shelving and data processing.
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