September 2017


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From: CoALA-l [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Hainer, Gene
Sent: Friday, September 01, 2017 9:57 AM
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Subject: [CoALA-l] Friday Grab Bag and #LoveMyCOLibrary wrap-up

Each Friday the State Library posts to various lists a collection of library news called the Friday Grab Bag,. To celebrate the start of a new school year, this week's Friday Grab Bag features events from academic libraries. If you've never read the Friday Grab Bag before, this is a great week to give it the ol' college try.

#LoveMyCOLibrary Campaign Wrap-Up. Yesterday was the final day of the #LoveMyCOLibrary<> campaign. Thank you to everyone who participated! We received close to 50 photos celebrating Colorado library awesomeness. Check out some of the highlights in this album

Please note: there will not be a Friday Grab Bag next week; it will resume on September 15. If you like this and want to have it posted to CoALA regularly, let me know.


Amy Hitchner
Collaborative Programming Coordinator
Colorado State Library, Networking and Resource Sharing

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Eugene Hainer
Assistant Commissioner
Colorado State Library
P 303.866.6733
201 East Colfax Avenue, Room 309, Denver, CO 80203
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