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Volunteers Needed @ Aldine

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Attention teens! Do you need service hours for school? Are you looking for a good opportunity to gain work experience?

Adults, do you wish to help out at the library?

Then consider becoming a library volunteer!

REQUIREMENTS: 
Ages 15 & UP (with parent/guardian approval)
Reliable, Responsible, & Punctual
Ability to follow directions and work independently
 

If you are interested, fill out a volunteer application turn it in to front desk.
SIGN UP IN ADVANCE!!!

 

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oh goody!

The Aldine Library has another winner in the Adult Summer Reading Program. All adults who completed their summer reading logs were entered in a drawing for our branch prize, a $30 gift card from Amazon.com. Our winner is Ms. Rosa Bullard.

Congratulations, Rosa, and enjoy your gift card!

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Volunteer Clean-Up Day

Aldine volunteers

It has been a busy summer here at the Aldine Library. That's the way we like it. Now that the Summer Reading Program has drawn to a close- and with school getting ready to start- we decided the library could use a good cleaning. This morning, a few good volunteers from the community stepped up to the plate and went above and beyond the work provided by the library janitorial service. Tables, computers, doors, windows and desks got a good swabbing. Thanks to the effort of our teen and adult volunteers, the building is looking nice, neat, and extra clean.  

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The Road

temple road

Job hunting can be daunting. The road to employment can seem long. Help is here! The Job & Career Accelerator database is a user-friendly job search application. Not sure what you want to do or what your interests are? Take the career and interest inventory and explore your field(s) of interest. Then, prepare your resume and cover letter step-by-step with the database. Last but not least, find jobs with millions of live listings drawn from various employment web pages. Try it out! 

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Snakes in the Library!

In case you missed it there were snakes in the Aldine Library on Wednesday, August 1st! Not to worry. The snakes were part of an informative and educational Summer Reading Program event featuring Texas Snakes & More. Everyone had a slithering good time.

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