Our College Planning Forum will be held on Thursday, November 14th from 6:00-7:30 pm. If you or your children are planning to attend college, come to this forum to learn more about the college planning process from a panel of experts. Hear from John Decker, college coach, and Sally Tripp, a financial aid officer from Broome Community College, as they discuss how to find the right career, college, major, student loans, scholarships, and the best deals on private and public colleges. Pam Wait, a NYS 529 Plan Representative, will also be there sharing information on setting up plans and allocating funds. Reservations are required and can be made by calling 866-733-2880 x5321 or online at sefcu.com. Click on Planning & Education Center, then Seminar Calendar. Call 315-935-3307 with any questions.
Health Insurance at GFJ: One final session on Monday, March 31 from 9 AM till 4 PM for anyone wanting to do a last-minute enrollment in health insurance before penalties kick in (or before you get sick and need it!). Registration is required. To register call The Mothers and Babies Perinatal Network at 772-0517.
The library funding proposition will be Proposition Number 4 on this year’s Town of Union ballot. Please remember to vote on November 4. If you’re not registered to vote you can still do so. Forms must be postmarked no later than October 10 and are available at: http://gobroomecounty.com/files/elections/pdfs/voteform%281%29.pdf
Don’t forget to join us this Monday, June 28, from 5-8 pm for the Splish Splash Reading Bash! Join us on the library lawn for games, crafts, activities, music by Johnny Only, art by Eric Maruscak, and more. Kids can also sign up for the summer reading clubs to win prizes for reading books! In…
The library is seeking applicants for a seat on its Board of Trustees. Interested parties must be residents of the Town of Union, and should complete the application and return it care of Library Director Ed Dunscombe, George F. Johnson Memorial Library, 1001 Park St., Endicott NY 13760 (email@example.com; fax 757-2491) October 12, 2010.
The May 2011 issue of Discover magazine has a feature article on fracking for natural gas. The issue is available at our library.
An interesting article from the NY Times comparing the ecological impact of books vs. e-readers. Their conclusion?: Borrow a book from your library!