2727 W. 2nd # 233
Hastings, NE 68901
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June--Dundy County Library, Benkelman
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August--Red Cloud Public Schools
September--Central Elementary School, McCook
Category Archives: Tales from the Trail
I left Hastings around 1:00 p.m. I was heading south on Showboat Road. It was a beautiful, sunny day, but we had had a real rainstorm on Thursday night. Some areas south of Hastings got more than 4 inches of … Continue reading
The RVLS Annual Meeting was held on Friday, June 1, 2012, at the Dancing Leaf Earthen Lodge in Wellfleet. What a beautiful location! Our gracious hosts, Les and Jan Hosick, made us feel welcome from the moment we arrived. They … Continue reading
I had the opportunity to attend the Nebraska Educational Technology Association 25th Annual Conference on Thursday, April 26th. What a day it was! I left Hastings around 6:00 a.m. I was going east on I-80 to the La Vista Conference … Continue reading
Even without unforeseen travel difficulties, flight connections to Philadelphia are not good. In order to be at the Convention Center for the Opening Keynote on Wednesday afternoon, we had to arrive on Tuesday. That left Wednesday morning open for a … Continue reading
While in Philadelphia for the PLA Conference, I stayed at the Four Points Hotel by Sheraton. It is a different type of hotel than I normally choose. I selected it because it was the least expensive hotel on the Conference … Continue reading
My recent trip to Philadelphia gave me the opportunity to expand my “food horizons.” My family knows how difficult that is for me. As a child, I was a constant frustration to my parents because I flatly refused to try … Continue reading
I am back from Philadelphia with all kinds of new ideas for programs, fund raisers, and public library management. I will be posting them right here on the RVLS website over the next couple of weeks. I met Sharon O., … Continue reading
The sky was overcast on Monday afternoon, but there was no precipitation falling. The weather forecast indicated that there would be rain on Tuesday and Wednesday, so I decided that I should get on the road. I had two purposes … Continue reading
Summer has come and gone! It went so fast, I can hardly believe it is over. I drove 6,855 miles visiting RVLS libraries between Memorial Day and Labor Day. I also spent 4 days at the American Library Association Annual … Continue reading