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Light Street Branch’s Lynne Parks Earns 2013 Baker Artist AwardBy Tom Warner
10 Answers to eBook and eReader FAQsBy Anjanette Wiggins
Young Makers are Building Circuits at Waverly BranchBy Rose Anne Ullrich, Children's Librarian, Waverly Branch
The Grand re-Opening of the Pennsylvania Avenue Branch on Nov 14 was a lot of fun. I had the opportunity to meet library customers from the neighborhood and ask them, "What does this library mean to you?"
Helen Williams is a new resident to Baltimore, living in the Pennsylvania Avenue area. It was her letter to the mayor's office that kickstarted the entire renovation process, and I was honored to have the opportunity to interview her.
Sheila and Anjanette Wiggins are a power mother-daughter duo at the Pennsylvania Avenue Branch. Anjanette is a young adult librarian, and regular contributor to Pratt Chat. Sheila is the chair of the Friends of Pennsylvania Avenue Branch, a group which was key in supporting the renovation efforts.
Finally, in case you missed it, Ryan O'Grady and Roswell Encinca produced a great video all about the Grand re-Opening.
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