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Member Meeting – August 3, 2017

KCALL’s member meeting was held August 3 at Polsinelli. Our host provided drinks and dessert.

We kicked off our participation in Kansas City Public Library’s BIG READ! This year’s title is The Things They Carried by Tim O’Brien. Contact Allison Reeve for copies of the book. 

Cover of The Things They Carried by Tim O’Brien. [Photo courtesy Wikipedia.]

Throughout the year, KCALL is holding an-in kind donation campaign for reStart, with contributions to be collected at each member meeting. Please see the list of ReStart’s general and priority needs lists: (http://restartinc.org/get-involved/needs-list/). Allison Reeve will collect items throughout the year.

Member Meeting – May 4, 2017

KCALL’s member meeting was held Thursday, May 4 at Stinson Leonard Street. The group enjoyed a guest speaker, Christina Guether, electronic resources librarian at Kansas State University. Topics included copyright and licensing issues. The meeting concluded with a “Q & A” session with Christina. 

Throughout the year, KCALL is holding a donation campaign for reStart. Contributions to be collected at each member meeting. Please see the list of reStart’s general and priority needs lists: (http://restartinc.org/get-involved/needs-list/). Allison Reeve will collect items throughout the year.

Member Meeting – March 16, 2017

KCALL’s member meeting discussed topics related to new hires, including instruction and ongoing interactions. We met at Husch Blackwell where drinks and dessert were provided. 

Throughout the year, KCALL is holding a donation campaign for reStart. Contributions to be collected at each member meeting. Please see the list of reStart’s general and priority needs lists: (http://restartinc.org/get-involved/needs-list/).

Member Meeting – October 12, 2016

KCALL met at Shook, Hardy & Bacon for a soup, sandwich and salad bar along with desserts. Special guest, Katie Stover from the Kansas City Public Library, led a discussion of the Dust Bowl as documented by Timothy Egan within his book, “The Worst Hard Time.” Future KCALL events were introduced and a tour of the main library followed.