Power of Peace

  Don't miss the beautiful display of art posters in the library by Crosby students! Lions Club International is sponsoring the contest to emphasize the importance of world peace to young people everywhere.

Cheyenne Herring, an 8th grade student at Crosby Middle School, has taken the first step to becomming an internationally recognized artist by winning the Crosby competition. She will go on to face District, Multiple District and International rounds of competition if she is to be declared International grand prize winner. We wish her the best of luck!

 

November is American Diabetes Month

Diabetes is a serious disease that can lead to potentially life-threatening complications such as heart disease, stroke and kidney disease.

  • 24 million children and adults in the United States live with diabetes
  • 57 million Americans are at risk for type 2 diabetes

This information is from the American Diabetes Association. They have more information on their web site. We also have books to help provide information. Here are some of the ones on display:

      Mayo Clinic: the Essential Diabetes Book

Halloween Storytime

We had a fun Halloween storytime and trick or treat at the library. Due to an unusual set of circumstances, I did my first storytime and it went well. I read Mouse's First Halloween by Lauren Thompson. To see the rest of the Halloween pictures, click here.

Attention Crosby Home Schoolers!

We take great pleasure in publishing a note from the Crosby Christian Home Educators. This is a direct quote from Bambi Dossey (CCHE Assistant Director):

CCHE (Crosby Christian Home Educators) is a local support group and coop for home school families in the Crosby and surrounding areas. We began 2.5 years ago and have continued to grow and mature...graduating this year from a support group to a full blown, weekly, coop!

Harris County Homeowner Disaster Recovery Program

The Harris County Homeowner Disaster Recovery Program (HDRP) is a voluntary program to assist homeowners who reside in Harris County but outside the City of Houston, whose homes were affected by Hurricane Ike by providing financial assistance to repair damage and when necessary reconstruct home.

Eligibility Requirements