I recently had a patron ask if MCPL had an audio or DVD of Red Skelton's Pledge of Allegiance. I was having some difficulty finding this, so I did a Google search which led me to YouTube. I watched this video clip, and found it very moving. I did finally find the DVD for our patron.
I think mud, omnivore, swine, ham, bacon, razorback, and 4-H. Jeanne Reed, our Assistant Branch Manager here at Excelsior Springs, thinks cute, cuddly, and adorable. She has an extensive collection of pigs that she has loaned to the North Independence Branch for one of their display cases. The newly remodeled NI branch has several cases that they use to display a variety of collections owned by MCPL customers.
What is the difference between residing in a suburb and living in an urban area? How does a rural setting differ from either of these? If you are a 3rd grade student, you might find yourself being asked these very questions in school! On my 51st birthday, I was privileged to be a 3rd grader again for an entire, glorious morning. Ahhh, the carefree days of being a nine or ten-year-old! They were bright-eyed, receptive, and so eager to learn. Some were hearing about these topics for the very first time.
Our new title for the enrichment program, previously called Discovery Club, reflects our library’s support and dedication to learning. MCPL, as an establishment, has made much progress in providing different resources to home-schooled families.