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Thursday, March 21, 2013 N/Warren Town and County News Page Seven NORWALK SCHOOL BOARD MEETING Cub Scouts from Pack 103 in Norwa]!< s ade bird houses for the Norwalk Sct ools and the City of Norwalk. The pictures above show the boys presenting the bird houses to the School Board. Each year the scouts perform many hours of community service including the bird house project. The bird houses will be placed on school grounds and in the City of Norwalk parks. Pictured, left to right: Alec Lester, Noah Mulford, Isaiah Hanson, Jake Sammons and Colton Davis. Charles Davis, Sarah Davis, Todd Hanson and David Lester. Alec Lester, Noah Mulford, Isaiah Hanson, Jake Sammons and Colton Davis. Pho' tos submitted. USED CARS & AUTO SERVING THE NORWALK AREA SINCE 1966 We Repair All Makes & Models! 802 Sunset Drive, Norwalk, IA 50211 Phone: 515-981-0649 Residence: 515-287-6512 WE'RE Aqu) AUTO CARE CENTER REPAIR ~IIB, , ) : W Norwalk Easter Public Library Board of Trustees Minutes Following are the Nor- walk Easter Public Library Board of Trustees Minutes of the regular meeting of February 11, 2013. Roll Call The meeting was called to order at 6:34 p.m. Laura Greine=, Jordyn Hill, An- drea Johnson, Tom Dunn, Diana Duffy, Donna Kit- terman and Dyann Vilez were present. Library Di- rector Holly Sealine was present. Public Comments/Guests There were no guests. Review/Change of Agenda Review Last Meeting's Minutes Director's Report During the month of January, we had 4,563 vis- itors. The library circulat- ed 6,331 physical items and 193 items within Wil- bor (our digital collection), for a total of 6,524. There were 42 new accounts cre- ated throughout the month. January saw eight adult programs, 19 children's programs, and one teen event. For the adults, we had 32 participants, major- ity of those participants were part of our Novel Year program and our Learn@ your library pro- grams. Children's pro- gramming, including our story times, saw 200 par- ticipants. We did not have any teens show up for our Teen Lego club. We are hoping to develop some new teen programming that will attract teens to the library. The majority of the month was spent on up- dating policies for our ac- creditation with the State of Iowa. We have also been working, and will continue to work on the strategic planning 5-year plan for the library. Our hope is to have a complet- ed plan as soon as possi- ble as a guide to where the library is headed over the next few years. FinaU the funding for out-of-state interlibrary loans has been drastically limited; therefore, Iowa Library Services can only January Minutes: Motion process 20 requests for the by Laura Greiner, second- current fiscal year per li- ed by Donna Kitterman. brary. Norwalk Easter Motion passed. Public Library had over Motion 3: Appro :al of 200 requests last fiscal bills to be paid: Motionby year. We are looking into Laura Greiner, seconded updating our policies foi: by Jordyn Hill. Motion interlibrary loan and pos- passed. siblylooking to create our Motion 4: Board of own account with the na- Trustees By-laws Policy tionalconsortium (OCLC) change: Motion by An- so that we can continue to drea Jol son, seconded by offer this service. Director Diana Duffy. Motion Sealine is looking from in- passed. put from the Board of Motion'5: Circulation Trustees as to what their Policy changes: Motion by preference would be to DonnaKitterman, second- solve thisissue, edby Laura Greiner. Unfinished Business Motion passed. A. Treasurer's Report- Motion 6: Collection Budget is on track. Development Policy B. Trustee training will changes: Motion by An- be held March 11 at 6 p.m. drea Johnson, seconded by before the regular Board Jordyn Hill. Motion meeting, passed. New Business Motion 7: Personnel A. Trustees By-laws Procedure Explanation policy was reviewed, Policy changes: Motion by changes made and ap- Laura Greiner, seconded proved, by Jordyn Hill. Motion B. Circulation Policy re- passed. viewed, changes made and Motion 8: Computer approved. Use Policy changes: Mo- C. Collection Develop- tion by Donna Kitterman, ment Policy reviewed, seconded by Diana Duffy. changes made and ap- Motion passed. proved. Motion 9: Library Mis- D. PersonnelProcedure sion Statement update: Explanation Policy re- Motion by Andrea viewed, changes made and Johnson, seconded by approved. Laura Greiner. Motion E. Computer Use Poll- passed. cy reviewed, changes Adjournment made and approved. Chairperson Tom Dunn F. Library Mission requested a motion for ad- Statement reviewed and journment. Motion by Di- approved, ana Duffy, seconded by Meeting Activity Record Laura Greiner. Motion Motion 1: Agenda Ap- passed. Adjourned at 7:55 proval: Motion by Andrea p.m. Johnson, seconded by Laura Greiner. Motion Respectfully submitted by: passed. Diana Duffy, Secretary Motion 2: Approval of Samuel Colt, inventor of the Colt revolver, "the gun that won the West;' worked on the prototype in his father's textile plant. Colt once earned a living touring the country performing laughing gas demonstrations. r $ lividual Tax Preparation NEW CUENTS ONLY. Ohe Coupon Per Customer. Not Valid With Any Other Offer. Business Tax Preparation NEW CUENTS ONLY. One Coupon Per Customer. Not Valid With Any Other Offer. Expires 4/30/t 3 Review Of Last Year's Tax Return ii NEW CIIENI'S ONLY. JWC. Insurance C npanies COMMITTED TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND OUR COMMUNITY Home Office: Des MomL~, IA ,. 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