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The Barbara Bush Library Friends have been proud members of the Houston Northwest Chamber of Commerce for more than 15 years. On September 13, they attended a luncheon meeting at Raveneaux Country Club at which our Texas legislators spoke about their hopes for the upcoming session. Present were Representatives  Senfronia Thompson, Debbie Riddle, and Patricia Harless.

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Celebrating Diversity in Our Community

Rebeca Gonzalez, a Klein High School student, is currently displaying a photo exhibit at the Barbara Bush Library. Entitled "World Wide People", the exhibit highlights the cultural diversity that exists within the community surrounding the Barbara Bush Library. The project is one part of Rebeca's progress toward earning a Gold Award, the highest level of achievement in the Girl Scouts. Channel 13 filmed Rebeca talking about her project for Eyewitness News on August 20. The photos will be on display at the Barbara Bush Library through Sept. 15.   World Wide People Display

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SUMMER MYSTERY BOOK CLUB, PT.2

Feast Day of FoolsJoin us on the 3rd Thursdays this summer from 1:00 pm--3:00 pm in the Earl Elliott Room for our summer-only "Clues, Cake, and Coffee" mystery book club. The focus is on Texas mystery writers. The selection for July 19 is Feast Day of Fools by James Lee Burke. In this book, a wide range of characters, from inside and outside and beside the law, mix it up along the Texas-Mexico border....

Journaling Group

NotepadNeed motivation to start writing your life story? Join this beginner's group to get tips and techniques from facilitator Penny Boozman. Writing assignment to prepare for this session is a one-page family story of any type. It can be shared with the group, but only if you wish. This meeting is Monday, May 21, at 2:30pm in the Women's Council of Realtors Conference Room on the second floor.

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A "Feel Good" Read

Heroes for my Daughter, by Brad MeltzerIf you are tired of all the bad news in the world, stop and read Heroes for My Daughter by Brad Meltzer. Meltzer tells the stories of 60 remarkable people, each highlighting an admirable quality and each dedicated to making the world a better place. They range from two relatively unknown women collegiate baseball  players who are  ...

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