Click on this slide for registration. Or visit, http://www.wmladvocates.org/2020-legislative-breakfasts/
Join us on the bus to Library Legislative Day! Every voice makes a difference so sign up now to join us on March 7th, 2017. Don’t be shy — new people are encouraged to come and join in. Make a difference, meet cool librarians and have fun at the same time!
Advocating for libraries helps everyone but we need your help more than ever! Join WMLA today to help support advocacy efforts and get updates on our upcoming campaign to keep libraries ALIVE in Massachusetts . . . click HERE to join!
Our speaker for this year’s Annual Meeting will be Kelly Galanis, aka the Red-Headed Diva
The Social Explosion: Staying Ahead of the Game in a Media Overload Society
Thursday, October 20th at 10am at the West Springfield Public Library
Kelly is a higher educational professional with thirteen years of experience who’s mission is to help individuals and institutions develop a positive, confident social image by educating them on the proper way to use Social Media. Kelly will give a dynamic talk on how to use social media effectively and integrate new media into your mission and strategic plan.
The Annual Meeting will be held on October 20th at 10am at the West Springfield Public Library.
Register now to take the bus to the State House in Boston for Library Legislative Day on Tuesday, March 8th!
Click HERE for the form.
Remember, we need YOUR help to convince legislators to restore library funding. If we don’t tell them, no one else will! So sign up now and get on the bus — only $20. Complete schedule and information on the registration form.
Bonus! Here is a “Guide for Newbies” put together by WMLA Board Member and Library Commissioner Jan Resnick.
A big THANKS to Senator Don Humason for spending time yesterday discussing library needs at the state and local level!
From left to right: Library Commissioner Mary Kronholm, WMLA Board Member John Ramsay, Westfield Athenaeum Director Dan Paquette, Sen. Humason, Emily Williston Memorial Library Director Nora Blake, MLA President Eric Poulin.