The George F. Johnson Memorial Library (Endicott) will host a presentation on the New York State of Health Marketplace and Navigator Program on Monday, November 18 from 6:30 till 8:30 P.M. This is a chance for uninsured individuals under the age of 65 to learn more about the new health insurance options available through the Marketplace as part of the Affordable Care Act. Topics covered will include: Role of the Navigator; Qualified Health Plans (10 essential benefits); Tax credits and subsidies. This informational session is free and open to all. The library has free computers available for those wishing to access the site (nystateofhealth.ny.gov).
The library now has most federal and state tax forms in our front lobby. Stop by to pick some up or visit these websites to print your own. Internal Revenue Service (http://www.irs.gov) New York State Department of Taxation (http://www.tax.state.ny.us/forms)
Digitized copies of Endicott & Union-area newspapers from 1857-1922 are now available at www.fultonhistory.com. Jump right to the “Union NY Union News” at: http://fultonhistory.com/my%20photo%20albums/All%20Newspapers/page4.html
Join millions of eBook and audiobook readers around the world enjoying one book. Get a free copy of Nancy Clancy Super Sleuth on the Download Zone from September 16-30.
The Boards of the George F. Johnson Memorial (Endicott) and Your Home Public (Johnson City) libraries will hold a special joint meeting at the Your Home Public Library, Johnson City, N.Y. this evening at 6:30 P.M.
The proposed 2012 federal budget calls for elimination of the Statistical Abstract of the United States, in both its print and digital forms. This single best source of statistical data on the United States has been published since 1878, and the staff at GFJ feels it’s lost would be tragic. We urge you to sign…
We are delighted to announce that Amazon’s “Kindle” e-reader can now be used to read books downloaded from GFJ’s “Overdrive” service. Click on the “Download Overdrive” icon at www.gfjlibrary.org and start reading. The collection is growing at a rate of about 40 titles per month.