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Adult Newsletter March 2012

Adult Newsletter March 2012

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Board of Directors
Earl HyersMarie Black Beverly RaleyImogene Mixson Mary Stewart
Library Staff Full Time Staff 
Director Sandra J. Holmes
Part Time Staff 
Genealogy/Reference Librarian Jocelyn Rayford Circulation Librarian Donna CrescenziAdmin Assist./ILL Librarian Elaine Land Cataloger Minta ForesterProcessor Karen SpeckCirculation Clerk Darnell JohnsonCirculation Clerk Pat MangumMarketing & Media Kathryn ClarkWebMaster Joni Mize
Children’s Librarian
Lou HarryCirculation Clark Patrick ClarkCustodian Frank Crescenzi
Statistics for January 2012
Circulation 7,211Attendance 7,780 New Materials 309Site Visits 279,103Borrowers on roll 12,091Employment searches 645Internet Users 2,429Genealogy Users 745
416 James StreetOzark, Alabama 36360
Phone (334) 774-5480E-mail: library@odcpl.comhttp://www.odcpl.comFacebook.com/ozarklibrary
Tuesday through Thursday10:00 a.m.
7:00 p.m.Friday and Saturday10:00 a.m.
5:00 p.m.Closed on Sunday & Monday
ODCPL Information
The Library...where all you need is imagination and a Library card to enter a world of information.
 March 2012 Volume 14 Issue 03
Quote of the Month
“The medicine chest of the soul.”
 -Inscription over the door of the Library at Thebes
We now have a small supply of income tax forms, but we ask that you only take one booklet per family sowe will have enough for everyone. Once again, we en-courage you to file online. Not only will it save youtime, but you will receive your refund much faster than paper filing.
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We had a great Book Sale in February and movedmany books while earning much needed funds for our Library. If you missed this one, we will have a big Book,Plant and Bake Sale in April. Many thanks to our Friendsof the Library group who work hard for us.Spring break is the week of March 26
and we have planned activities for our children that we are sure theywill enjoy. On Tuesday, March 27 the McWane Center will present Stardome: Constellations. There will be aninflatable indoor planetarium so the children can learnabout the solar system and constellations. Then onWednesday, March 28 the McWane Center will present aSuper Science Show so that youngsters can explore thewonders of liquid nitrogen, the power of explosions, andthe shocking world of electricity. On Thursday, March29, Landmark Park will enthrall the kids with their  beautiful snakes and reptiles. On Friday, March 29
wewill once again have an astounding program on Owls of Alabama presented by Louise Grider. Children will alsohave the opportunity to get up close to the birds andgently pet them. All programs will be held in the WestWing of the Library beginning at 2:00. We will end our week of spring activities with Popcorn and a Movie onSaturday, March 31 at 12:45. All events are free of charge. It is our way of ensuring that our children canhave a safe place to go during this holiday break time. Allevents are free and open to all members of our community. For more information, call the Library at7740-5480.
Dale County Genealogical & Historical Society
The Society will meet Monday, March 5th at 6:00 in theAlice Doughtie Wing of the Library. Jimmy and Beverly
Ketchum will give the program, “Gristmills in DaleCounty.” Bring a friend and join us.
A March Special EventThe Ozark/ Dale County Public Library and TheFriends of the Library are delighted to offer a veryspecial program,
 An Afternoon with the Faulkners of  Mississippi,
on Thursday, March 15 from 2:00 until3:30 p.m.
Put this one on your calendar and don’t
miss it!
Many believe that William Faulkner was the greatestAmerican writer of the 20
century. So, when a book appears that gives insights into the lives and character of the Faulkner family, written by one of their own, one sitsup and takes notice.Dean Faulkner Wells, the daughter of the youngest son,grew up, an especially favored child in the midst of thefamily. Her father, a barnstorming pilot in the early daysof airplanes, was killed in an accident four months beforeher birth. Brother William had bought him the plane, and promised upon her birth to raise her. At the age of 73,having outlived all the principals in the family story,Dean Faulkner set out to write her memoir. It took her two years, but the result is
 Every Day by the Sun,
amarvelous view of the untypical Southern family and itsfamous son.It is a book about relationships as perceived by theyoung Deanie during her early years and as she grew up.It was a childhood rich in stories and lore, much of itsupplied by her famous uncle. There is also the search for the father she never knew. Women of her age willrecognize the rites of passage that were customary during
the 1950’s.
If you know and love Faulkner’s work, this book will be a visit to a familiar place. If you haven’t read or have
tried and failed, this book would be a fine beginning.Faulkner, like Melville, is better understood after the ageof thirty. He is one of those rare artists who looksunabashedly into the human heart and tells the truth. Heloved the English language and stretched its uses infiction, inventing Yoknapatawpha County, its history,main inhabitants, and their stories.Unfortunately, Dean Faulkner Wells died July 27, 2011, but she gave a last informal interview two weeks earlier.In the 25-minute film, she recalls her relationship with
her uncle, whom she called “Pappy,” and discusses her 
 book. The film includes interior and exterior shots of 
Faulkner’s home Rowan Oaks.
 Her husband, Larry Wells, to whom the book wasdedicated, will conduct the program on the 15
and will play the interview as well. Some of our readers willrecognize Larry Wells, formerly from Ozark. He is thenephew of Judge Val McGee.
March 2 is “Read Across America Day,” a national
reading campaign sponsored by the National Educa-tion Association that encourages all children to read a book. It is celebrated each March to commemorate
Dr. Seuss’s birthday. Take time this evening to sit
down with your child or grandchild and read a book.
March is
National Women’s History Month
 Music in our Schools MonthAmerican Red Cross Month
 Believing the Lie
 by Elizabeth George
 by Fern Michaels
 Faithful Place
 by Tana French
 Every Day by the Sun: Memoir of the Faulkners…
(920.07 WEL)
 Imperfect Justice: ...Casey Anthony
(364.15 ASH)
 Inside Seal Team Six
(359.5 MAN)
Mayo Clinic Healthy Heart for Life
(616.1205 M)
 Nearing Home
Billy Graham (248.8 GRA)
Sister Queens
(942.05 FOX)
Truth Be Told 
 by Larry King (791.4 KIN)
 A Killer Among Us
 by Lynette Eason
 All for One
 by Melody Carlson
 Beside Still Waters
 by Tricia Goyer 
Chango’s Beads & Two
-Tone Shoes
 by William Kennedy
 Dead by Nightfall 
 by Beverly Barton
 Devil’s Elixir 
 by Raymond Khoury
 Don’t Look Back 
 by Lynette Eason
 Down the Darkest Road 
 by Tami Hoag
 Ellis Island 
 by Kate Kerrigan
 Happy Birthday
 by Danielle Steel
 Hometown Sweetheart 
 by Lenora Worth
 by Gregory Murphy
 Kingdom of Childhood 
 by Rebecca Coleman
 Life Everlasting 
 by Robert Whitlow
 Lost in Shangri-La
(LP 940.5 ZUC)
 Now and Forever 
 by Danielle Steel
 Reclaiming Lily
 by Patti Lacy
 Revenge at Bella Terra
 by Christina Dodd
Sage Creek 
 by Jill Gregory
Soft Target 
 by Stephen Hunter 
Strangers on Montagu Street 
 by Karen White
The Beach Club
 by Elin Hilderbrand
The Best of Me
 by Nicholas Sparks
The Chair 
 by James L. Rubart
The First Gardener 
 by Denise H. Jones
The Scroll 
 by Grant R. Jeffrey
Trembling Hills
 by Phyllis A. Whitney
True Blue
 by Diana Palmer 
 by Stephen J. Cannell
In Memory of Donor 
Danny Wright, Jr Kada & Jean Newman
In Honor of Donor 
Jennie Jernigan Melba LassyJeanette Reeves Dale County Genealogical &Historical Society
Other Donors
Wiregrass United Way Jack CumbieFriends of the Library Avis Jean AutreyBobbi Jo Hager Steve ClouseGail Kiracofe Carol PetersonDanny Ousley Faye HueyReta Dyson Ricky KennedyJames Reece Jan LisenbyDennis Hatcher Mary Ann WallaceMaxine Danner Jeanette Reeves
Building Improvement Fund Donations
Harry and Elisabeth LeMonte, Jr Bridlewood Chapel Altha NewmanKC Donuts & DawgsJoan Dickey
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ODCPL Information
Friends of the Library Memberships
Kay BurnsFrank & Sherry CarrollStanley Enfinger Richard & Georgianna Seymour 
Roy & Patricia CarlsonRobert & Donna EnyeartErnest & Ann EstesClyde & Connie HenniesJoanne KnightDan & Barbara PetroskyHarry & Elaine PottsCharles & Sandra SmithEd & Shirley Woodie
John & Helen Andrews Altha NewmanJeff & Elizabeth Babine Kada & Jean NewmanCarolyn Ball Rev. Tom NixonAda Christian Mr. & Mrs. Dean ScottLon & Mary Flurer Arthur & Donna SnellFrank & Anita Garrett Mary VaethOrester & Brenda Harper Frank & Jennifer WhitmanSandra Holmes Woodall Heating & CoolingJim & Elaine LandJim & Diane Murphy
Friends of the Library Memberships
Woodmen of the World
Kirke & Angie AdamsMike & Linda BarefieldBill & Berta Blackwell

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