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August 2021 Volume 22 Issue 8

416 James Street


Ozark, Alabama 36360
Phone (334) 774-5480
E-mail: olibrary@troycable.net
http://www.ozarklibrary.com
Facebook.com/ozarklibrary

Board of Trustees
Chairman Marie Black
Vice Chairman Liz Delaney
Secretary Christina Faulkner
Treasurer Dr. Imogene Mixson
Liaison Mike Cairns
Library Staff
Director Karen Speck
Gen Lib/Admin Assistant Joni Wood
Bookkeeper Debbie Mize
Children’s Librarian Amber Chancey
Processor Kristina Speck
Circulation Clerk Darnell Johnson
Circulation Clerk/IT Andrew Godeke
Circulation Clerk Alexander Matthews
Circulation Clerk Jayden Driggers
Custodian Barbara Daniels

June 2021 Statistics


Circulation 2,573 The Ozark Dale County Library and Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum
E-Books 587 Proudly Present the Traveling Exhibits
Attendance 8,796 Tired of Giving In:
New Materials 100 Rosa Parks & The Montgomery Bus Boycott
&
Site Visits 968,400
The Women of the Montgomery Bus Boycott
Borrowers on Roll 12,523
Employment Searches 5,815
Tuesday, August 3rd - Thursday, August 26th
Internet Users 3,286 See insert for more details
Genealogy Use 21
Facebook Likes 1,977
LIBRARY HOURS
Tuesday - Thursday Friday & Saturday
“I have learned over the years 10:00am - 7:00pm 10:00am - 5:00pm
that when one’s mind is made
Closed Sunday & Monday
up, this diminishes fear;
knowing what must be done The Creel Richardson Local History & Genealogy Room is available
does away with fear.” for research during normal operating hours; however, the
Reference/Genealogy Librarian is available for assistance
~Rosa Parks Tuesday - Friday 10am-5pm and Saturday 10am-12pm.
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Check Out the Progress at the New Library Location!


July 2021

The decorative rock columns


in front of the Library were
completed.

Make sure to swing by and


check how beautiful it looks!

Left:

The ductwork is in progress of


being placed inside the
Library.

Right:

Unfortunately, the insulation


was not salvageable, as we
originally believed. Library
Staff Oscar Dunn and Darnell
Johnson worked hard taking it
all to the dumpster.
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NEW MATERIALS Donors June & July 2021


6/13/2021-7/14/2021
BESTSELLER FICTION
Ariadne by Jennifer Saint Wiregrass United Way Byrd White
Basil’s War by Stephen Hunter Friends of the Library Tim Wilson
Black Buck by Mateo Askaripour Sue Switzer
Dark Heart of Florence by Tasha Alexander William Scarborough
Dark Sky by C.J. Box Mr. & Mrs. W.E. Blackwell, Jr.
Darling Dahlias and the Voodoo Lily by Susan Wittig Albert A Gift for You
Double Jeopardy by Stuart Woods Andrea J. Wright
Eternal by Lisa Scottoline
Everywhere You Don’t Belong by Gabriel Bump New Building Fund
Fast Ice by Clive Cussler James & Jan Lisenby
Independent Bones by Carolyn Haines Becky Robinett
Influence by Carl Weber John H. Watson Charitable Foundation
Last Passenger by Charles Finch Konrad & Patricia Tucker
Lightning Game by Christine Feehan Keloth Thompson
Postscript Murders by Elly Griffiths
New Building Fund Honorariums
BESTSELLER LARGE PRINT FICTION Dr. Imogene Mixson in Honor of Sara N. Carroll
All That We Carried by Erin Bartels Dr. Imogene Mixson in Honor of Brenda Harper
Autumn Skies by Denise Hunter
Backlash by Rachel Dylan New Building Fund Memorials
Beirut Protocol by Joel C. Rosenberg Dr. Imogene Mixson in Memory of Roberta Hyers
Bewitching of Amoretta Ipswich by Marcia Lynn McClure Keloth Thompson in Memory of John Oliver, Jr.
Black Sun by Rebecca Roanhorse Carol J. Payne in Memory of Stanley & Florence Bagley
Blackberry Beach by Irene Hannon
Bounty by Janet Evanovich
Confessions From the Quilting Circle by Maisey Yates
Confessions of a Curious Bookseller by Elizabeth Green
Cottage on Lighthouse Lane by Davis Bunn

FICTION
Child Finder by Rene Denfeld
Cliff House by RaeAnne Thayne
Cross Her Heart by Sarah Pinborough
Darker by E.L. James
Elevator Pitch by Linwood Barclay Did you know if there’s a book you want to read and
Grey by E.L. James it’s not in our collection, we can request to loan it from
Haunted Dixie by Frank D. McSherry another library?

Thank You SRP Volunteers, Presenters, & Donors! It’s our Interlibrary Loan Service!
VOLUNTEERS: RaiAnn Miller DONORS: For a $5 refundable fee per book, we can request
Logan Avant Samantha Patterson Bean Bros
Izy Boartfield Milky Moos most* titles from libraries across the nation to loan
Hannah Coleman PRESENTERS: Dairy Queen their copy for YOU!
Jade Danford Hollie Arnett with Dairy King
Saunya Danford Healing Hands Sonic Drive-In The process takes an estimated 2 - 4 weeks to allow
Charles Flores Animal Hospital McDonald’s for request reviews and shipping of the book.
Anna Cate Haddan Rick Tharp with Commerical Bank
Kaylee Kelley AL Wildlife & Keloth A. Thompson These loans have a $0.50 per day late fee and the $5
Norma Llamas Freshwater MWR Soldier Service
S.M. Plabon Fisheries Division
fee is refunded (or used for late fees) upon return of
Center the book.
Joshua Pope Amy McManus with Ozark Baptist Church
Sarah Rouse Ozark Dale County
Emily White Humane Society *Most libraries will not loan audiobooks, reference/genealogy
Tenley White books, and/or books published in the past year. Books
Keke Grider published in the past year can be requested for purchase.
FROM THE PRESIDENT
Amber Chancey
“As you grow older, you will discover that you have two hands- one for helping yourself, the other for helping others.” –
Audrey Hepburn

The heart of the Friends of the Library organization is the volunteers, without them we would cease to exist. Our
program is made up entirely of selfless individuals who are always willing to freely give of themselves. We have had
an incredible influx of volunteers at the Library this summer, ranging in age from middle school to senior citizens.
Our volunteers have helped with tasks, such as shelving books, preparing to mail out newsletters, putting up books in
the FOL Book Sale Room, sorting through and transporting yard sale items, cutting out hundreds and hundreds of
crafts for the summer reading program, helping to monitor large crowds at our programs, and simply being present as
a source of support. We cannot thank them enough!

If you or someone you know would like to volunteer please contact Amber Chancey. We would love for you to join
us on our quest to make Ozark the best little town around!

Amber Chancey, FOL President


NEXT FOL MEETING: 334-774-5480
August 14th at 10am chlibrary@troycable.net

AUGUST 2021
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Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat


1 2 3 4 5 6 7
10:00am-6:30pm - 10:30am - Story Time 2pm - Technology 9am - Computer Class
Beginning August 3rd: Grand Opening 4:00pm - Story Time Class 1pm-4pm - Pokémon
Reception of the League at Home
ROSA PARKS’ EXHIBITS Rosa Parks’
See insert for details Exhibits
8 9 10 11 12 13 14
2pm-3pm - Rosa 10:30am - Story Time 2pm - Technology 9am - Computer Class
Parks & the 4:00pm - Story Time Class 10am - FOL Meeting
Montgomery Bus 10:30am - Art Club
Boycott presented 12:45pm - Popcorn & a
by Mrs. Donna Movie: Spies in Disguise
Beisel 1pm-4pm - Pokémon
League at Home
15 16 17 18 19 20 21
2pm-3pm - Stories 9am - Library Board 10:30am - Story Time 2pm - Technology 9am - Computer Class
of Rosa: An of Trustees Meeting 4:00pm - Story Time Class 1pm-4pm - Pokémon
Interview with League at Home
Johnny Trawick Open to the Public

22 23 24 25 26 27 28
10:30am - Story Time 2pm - Technology 9am - Computer Class
4:00pm - Story Time Class 1pm-4pm Pokémon
League at Home
Last day to view
29 30 31 the Rosa Parks The Rosa Parks Scavenger Hunt Winners
Exhibits at the will be Announced Friday, August 27th.
Library! ****
All completed scavenger hunts are due by
closing, Thursday, August 26th.

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