Change in formula may push libraries funds down, up

May 24, 2009 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Library clerk Pat Brush reads "Corduroy" during story time last week at Carnegie Library of McKeesport White Oak branch.

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May 28, 2009
 
Get Involved! We have a great community resource at Carnegie Library. Teach someone to read. Spend time with a child there (yours or someone else's). Be part of the Solution, not part of the problem like....

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and so many other IM-Posters who always tell us what's wrong with someone or something but never do a damn thing to make things better.

I had Pat Brush as my seconf grade teacher at St. Mary's Polish (now Propel). She reminds me that I said my goal was to be President of the United States of America.

Well...

That job is in the able hands of a brother that I supported and...

I'm needed more here where my heart is.

Sluggo for Mayor 2011!

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Jun 2, 2009
 
Sluggo wrote:
Get Involved! We have a great community resource at Carnegie Library. Teach someone to read. Spend time with a child there (yours or someone else's). Be part of the Solution, not part of the problem like....
Devil's Advocate
Many Faces
302
A. Maksin
and so many other IM-Posters who always tell us what's wrong with someone or something but never do a damn thing to make things better.
I had Pat Brush as my seconf grade teacher at St. Mary's Polish (now Propel). She reminds me that I said my goal was to be President of the United States of America.
Well...
That job is in the able hands of a brother that I supported and...
I'm needed more here where my heart is.
Sluggo for Mayor 2011!
Paul
302 (laughs) someone need a check-up?

I will help with books if you can get some worthy volunteers to teach reading. You up to the task?

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302 (laughs) someone need a check-up?
I will help with books if you can get some worthy volunteers to teach reading. You up to the task?
The library is filled with excellent books. Of course they'd be glad to have any fine works you could donate.

Rather this,

Let's BOTH find volunteers to help. Together we can accomplish more. I'll donate a few hours a week of my time if you will yours.

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Sluggo wrote:
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The library is filled with excellent books. Of course they'd be glad to have any fine works you could donate.
Rather this,
Let's BOTH find volunteers to help. Together we can accomplish more. I'll donate a few hours a week of my time if you will yours.
Paul
I think Ray wanted to help out. Ray, you like to help out?

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