Free Publications from the Department of Education: Information on Safety, Crime and Violence in the Nation’s Schools
We received this information from the US Department of Education: During the past several years the U.S. Department of Education has produced a variety of free information on the topics of safety, crime and violence in the Nation’s schools. The intended audience for this information is educators, administrators, safety officials and parents. All of the information
Movie Night
Stay tuned… We plan to have a movie at the Pember the third Friday of each month. We may add more movie times and children’s films once the program gets established. Due to licensing restrictions, we can’t list the titles we will be showing online but there will be posters and bookmarks in the library. We plan
Brainfuse JobNow
UPDATE: The New York State Library regretfully announces that its subscription to the JobNow™ database, including the Adult Learning Center made available as part of the online resources available through the NOVELny platform, ended on April 30, 2013. JobNow is an innovative online service that provides expert resume help, real-time interview coaching and career advice. There
Thank you Glens Falls National Bank
Here’s a pic of our new bookmarks with hours. The Granville branch of Glens Falls National Bank underwrote the purchase of these. Say thanks to Kerri and all next time you are there. Thank you Glens Falls National    
Governor Cuomo, New York State Museum, And National September 11 Memorial & Museum Announce Locations For Thirty 9/11 Exhibitions Across The State
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo, the New York State Museum, and the National September 11 Memorial & Museum today announced the locations for thirty “New York Remembers” exhibitions that are being organized as part of a statewide recognition of the tenth anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. The exhibitions will give New Yorkers a place