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2015 Notable Books

Michigan Notable Books You’re invited to a Regional Notable Books event at the Ann Arbor District Library on Saturday, Oct 24. 6 - 8:30 pm., 343 South Fifth Avenue, Ann Arbor, for a panel discussion with Anna Clark, Jerry Dennis, Loren D. Estleman and Mardi Jo Link followed by a reception and book signing with 15 notable authors. Books will be available for purchase courtesy of Literati Bookstore and Aunt Agatha's Bookstore.



Niles District Library October 5, 2015/LANSING – The Niles District Library (NDL) has earned the 2015 State Librarian's Excellence Award for its superior customer service, State Librarian Randy Riley announced today.
Riley presents the annual award, including a prestigious trophy and $2,000 in privately-donated funds, Friday,October 30th at the Michigan Library Association's annual conference in Novi.

Student Inspiration Project
The central goal of the Michigan Department of Education’s Student Inspiration Project is to inspire and motivate children from grades four through eight to commit to and more fully engage with their own education. The project was inspired by research which reveals that student motivation is lacking due to in-and-out of school dynamics. As the state of Michigan continues to address issues of content relevancy and delivery, the Student Inspiration Project will seek to promote projects and programs that give students ways to: 1) accommodate peer pressure by celebrating learning and achievement; 2) have a say in what and how they learn; and 3) authentically discover that they are not alone in their desire to learn.

The Student Inspiration Project will leverage private funds for support. The project accepts donations through the Library of Michigan Foundation. The Foundation provides opportunities for charitable giving to benefit, among other things, special programs and projects otherwise not provided through state or federal funding.

Learn more about the initiative from the Michigan Department of Education or visit the Student Inspiration Project Website.

Parties interested in getting involved can reach Kristen Harmeling at Kristen.Harmeling@YouGov.com or Ann-Marie Mapes at mapesa@michigan.gov.

Why The Foundation Exists
Established in 1985, the Library of Michigan Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit, public charity governed by an independent Board of Directors. The Foundation exists to provide opportunities for charitable giving to benefit the Library and to provide funding for Library programs and projects otherwise not provided through state or federal funding. LEARN MORE >>

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