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Cary Memorial Library: Public Forum on Strategic Planning
Cary Memorial Library is working on a new strategic plan and we want your input! The strategic planning process has two main goals: to envision what role the library could and should play in the lives of community members; and to set a course for growth, change, and excellence for the future.
Join us on Sunday, January 13 at 2:30 for a conversation about the future of Cary Memorial Library. The session will be facilitated by strategic planning consultant, Maureen Sullivan, who is currently serving as President of the American Library Association.
It is not necessary to register. This meeting is open to all, and we hope you will be able to attend!
More About Cary Memorial Library
Cary Memorial Library was renovated and expanded, reopening in April 2004, with a larger children's room, more public service spaces, enhanced meeting rooms and technological advances. There is a meeting room that seats 125 people, and numerous quiet study areas available. The library also offers a children's room, young adult collection, adult fiction and non-fiction collections, reference materials and a range of audiovisual material.
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