Orange Library Association's OLA Bash 2013 will take place on Friday, May 31.
Hope to see you there!
The purpose of the Orange Library Association (OLA) is to promote the 17 public libraries in Orange County, New York.
OLA's mission is to promote library service, to encourage access to materials among all county libraries through cooperation and exchange of information, to promote state and national guidelines for library service, to educate the public about library services and funding issues, to provide regular programs, meetings and publications to educate members, and to oppose censorship and pledge active support in local areas where freedoms are attacked. OLA is interested in promoting programs and projects in which all 17 libraries can participate, which utilize our county funding and which will promote literacy and reading. Our principal activities are meetings, training for members, and the Books for Babies program.
This publication was supported in part by Federal Library Services and Technology Act funds, awarded to the New York State Library by the Federal Institute of Museum and Library Services.
President Matt Pfisterer, Middletown
Vice President Lisa Hewel
Secretary Terry Numa, Florida
Treasurer Ginny Neidermier, Walden
Past President Beverly Arlequeeuw, Port Jervis
Orange Reads 2012
Stay tuned for information about OLA's Orange Reads project for 2012. We will be reading Forever by Pete Hamill.