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Our group of NC library advocates was recognized for the second year in a row for having the most delegates out of ALL FIFTY STATES to attend library legislative day in Washington, D.C.! We'll be meeting with NC legislators all day tomorrow, trying to convince them of what we all already know: Libraries change lives! … Continue reading NC Repeats! We’re #1!
Hello Library Advocates, Tomorrow morning a group of NC Library advocates is leaving for Washington DC to talk with legislators and their aides about supporting the public libraries of North Carolina. We will be using the stories collected on this site as well as the support we've gotten through our social media sites as our … Continue reading Leaving for DC Tomorrow!
Dear library friends, It is time to start speaking directly to your legislators. As we have only three days before our trip to D.C. we are asking that you tell our legislators what you think about the impact of libraries. We will be directing them to our FB page and this Web site so they … Continue reading How do LIBRARIES BUILD COMMUNITY?
Dear library friends, It is time to start speaking directly to your legislators. As we have only one week left before our trip to D.C. every few days we will ask you to tell our legislators what you think about the impact of libraries. We will be directing them to our FB page and this … Continue reading Talk to Your Legislators!
... by following this link: https://nclibraryadvocacy.wordpress.com/nc-libraries/your-story/nc-counties/ If your county doesn't have a story, please consider telling one here: Story Form Economic Impact Story Form
Well, I just scratched four counties off the list of counties with no stories! Below is the updated list: Alamance Alexander Beaufort Bertie Buncombe Burke Camden Carteret Caswell Cherokee Chowan Clay Columbus Craven Currituck Dare Duplin Edgecombe Forsyth Franklin Gaston Gates Graham Granville Greene Harnett Haywood Hertford Hyde Iredell Jackson Jones Lee Lincoln Macon … Continue reading 62 Counties To Go!