[OYAN] Reminder: OYAN Raffle Tickets still available!
violetag at multco.us
Wed Apr 13 13:05:45 PDT 2016
Just a reminder to buy those OYAN raffle tickets if you haven't done so.
There is no need to be present to win, and there is no need to be involved
in OLA or even work in libraries. It is literally open to everyone so
please share widely!
Even if you're coming to the conference, you can buy them ahead of time and
have it be done with. Then you can just enjoy your time at OLA.
The link is below. Thank you!
On Sat, Apr 2, 2016 at 3:36 PM, Violeta GARZA <violetag at multco.us> wrote:
> Hello there, everyone.
> We are pleased to announce that tickets for the 2016 OYAN Raffle are now
> available for sale online at http://bit.ly/1ULKE0v. We accept Visa,
> Mastercard, and Discover, and there is no need to be a member of OLA or
> even have anything to do with libraries. It's open to everyone.
> Tickets for this year's raffle are $5 each or 5 for $20. Prizes range
> from the classiest of the classy (a two-night stay at *Sylvia Beach Hotel*,
> tickets for two to the *Oregon Shakespeare Festival, *tickets for two to
> the *Portland Center Stage*) to the fun (*Pelican Brewery* gift card, *British
> Tea Basket*, and an *80s Nostalgia Kit*). We will also be selling tickets
> at a table during the OLA Conference in Bend.
> My biggest gratitude to all members who contributed to the raffle. Also,
> thanks for supporting OYAN and library services for teens in Oregon!
> Bobbye, K'Lyn and Violeta
> Violeta Garza
> Preferred pronouns: "she" and "her"
> Bilingual Youth Librarian | Bibliotecaria Bilingüe para Niños y Jóvenes
> Troutdale Library | Biblioteca de Troutdale
> Multnomah County Library | Biblioteca del Condado de Multnomah
> 2451 SW Cherry Park Rd.
> Troutdale, OR 97060
> violetag at multco.us
> Work schedule: Tuesday-Saturday
> "What if stories were for everyone? What if the cover of a book that
> looked 'different' or 'too girly' or 'too ethnic' was seen not as a
> deterrent, but an invitation to step outside of oneself?"
> --Renee Watson, author
Preferred pronouns: "she" and "her"
Bilingual Youth Librarian | Bibliotecaria Bilingüe para Niños y Jóvenes
Troutdale Library | Biblioteca de Troutdale
Multnomah County Library | Biblioteca del Condado de Multnomah
2451 SW Cherry Park Rd.
Troutdale, OR 97060
violetag at multco.us
Work schedule: Tuesday-Saturday
"What if stories were for everyone? What if the cover of a book that looked
'different' or 'too girly' or 'too ethnic' was seen not as a deterrent, but
an invitation to step outside of oneself?"
--Renee Watson, author
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