The library is accepting applications for a part-time Library Clerk position. Some weekend and evening hours, pay is $8.45 an hour, 15-19 hours per week. The position is temporary with the possibility of becoming permanent. Applications are available at the library and will be accepted through Saturday, January 28.
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)
HELP! GFJ needs your help. We’ve been busy since June collecting signatures needed to place a library funding proposition on the ballot in the Town of Union this November to increase funding for the Endicott & Johnson City libraries. We need about 1,000 more signatures by the end of August. About 90% of the funding…
This year’s raffle quilt is on display: “French Romance” by quilt artists Carol Bunnell and Sandy Minehan. Tickets are a dollar apiece or six for five dollars and proceeds go to support children’s programs here at GFJ. The drawing will be held September 11. Other quilts, some for sale, will be on display soon.
The library’s September board meeting will be held on Thursday, September 15th at 7:00pm. It has postponed because of the storm. Thank you for your patience!
All free and on Tuesday evenings. Refreshments will be served at 7 P.M. and the reviews will start at 7:30. Everyone is welcome! April 3: “The Terminal diner” by Mary Pat Hyland, reviewed by the author. A story set in a diner in Binghamton looks at September 11th’s influence on people far from the scene….
The May 2011 issue of Discover magazine has a feature article on fracking for natural gas. The issue is available at our library.