[Libs-Or] Book discussion offer

Maureen Cole mcole at ci.oregon-city.or.us
Wed Jul 6 15:04:23 PDT 2011

The complete list of materials is:

Housekeeping by Marilynne Robinson
Rising from the Rails by Larry Tye
Nothing Like it in the World by Stephen E. Ambrose
Riding the Rails DVD from the American Experience series

-----Original Message-----
From: Community Services [mailto:communityservices at cottagegrove.org] 
Sent: Wednesday, July 06, 2011 2:46 PM
To: Maureen Cole
Subject: Re: [Libs-Or] Book discussion offer

Hi Maureen,
What title(s) do you have available...?
Pete Barrell, Director
Cottage Grove Public Library

On Wed, 6 Jul 2011 14:22:07 -0700, Maureen Cole wrote
> Some months ago, Canby Library Director Penny Hummel offered some 
> books to us which remained from a "Let's talk about it" series 
> program. We took her up on it, but the books have been sitting ever 
> since and we've not gotten around to doing our own program. Hence, 
> if someone else would like these materials to use for a program, 
> please let me know and we'll see if we can get them to you via 
> courier, homing pigeons, or other mode of transportation.
> Thanks! Mo
>  [cid:image001.jpg at 01CC3BE8.124EB020]
> Maureen Cole
> mcole at orcity.org<mailto:mcole at ci.oregon-city.or.us>
> Library Director
> Oregon City Public Library
> 606 John Adams Street
> Oregon City, Oregon 97045
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> We just completed a 'Let's Talk About it" series on railroads 
> (http://www.programminglibrarian.org/picturingamerica/let%E2%80%99s-
> talk-about-it-picturing-america%E2%80%94making-tracks) and are now 
> left with 10 extra copies of the three titles they provided: 
>  Housekeeping, Rising from the Rails, and Nothing Like it in the 
> World.  Would you like them to do your own Let's talk about it" 
> series?   Let me know and I'll send them over.  They are in really 
> nice condition and free is a good price!  And, we used two CCC 
> professors who did a great job and already know the material. Let me 
> know-thanks --
> Penny Hummel
> Director
> Canby Public LIbrary
> 292 N. Holly Street
> P.O. Box 930
> Canby OR  97013
> 503.266.4021 X230 (phone)
> 503.266.1709 (fax)
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