Ever since the Vietnam War, a White Table has been set across America in mess halls and at military events to honor America's Armed Forces, especially those missing in action and held prisoner of war. Here's our version of the #WhiteTable. 🇺🇲️🌹 pic.twitter.com/tWjD2U1qCs
— Central City Library (@CcplNe) November 5, 2019
Happy Halloween!👻 Everyone was completely blown away, by the amount of creativity and talent involved, in the entries for our first ever Literary Pumpkin Decorating Contest! Congrats to each of our winners! They each won Bison Bucks as prizes!
Winners in the age 12 & under category:
1. Chey Veach (Olaf from Frozen)
2. Henry & Sam Morrison (Pete the Cat)
3. Thomas Musil (Captain Underpants)
4. Jillian Herstedt (Junie B. Jones, the Toothless Wonder)
Winners in the age 19 & over category:
1. Cassie Musil (The Ugly Duckling)
2. Scott Musil (The Diary of a Wimpy Kid)
3. Shawna Lampshire (Minnie Mouse)
Winners in the Family category:
1. Howe family (Pigeon)
2. Morrison family (D. W. the Picky Eater)
3. Veach family (Legend of Sleepy Hollow)
Our patrons had a difficult time voting for their favorites in each of the different categories. We had so many entries in the age 12 & under category (and no entries in the age 13-18 age category), that we awarded an extra prize in the age 12 & under category.
Prize winners may stop by our front desk and pick up their prizes. Thank-you to everyone who participated!🤩
— Central City Library (@CcplNe) October 21, 2019
— Central City Library (@CcplNe) October 2, 2019
Enter Our Literary Pumpkin Decorating Contest! Entries May be Dropped at Library October 15-October 19!
Check out our current newsletter! Includes information about: Library Aide II part-time position available at the library, LEGO Club, ALIEN INVASION, Preschool Storytime, Banned Books Week, and more! #LibraryNewsletter https://t.co/Lno3YErjVj
— Central City Library (@CcplNe) September 11, 2019
City of Central City
The City of Central City’s Public Library is currently seeking to fill the part-time position of Library Aide II.
We are seeking a friendly, energetic, and enthusiastic individual who possesses excellent customer service, computer, and interpersonal skills.
Closing Date: 09/13/19 at 5:00pm or until the position is filled.
Hours: 19 hours per week (including at least one evening per week and at least two Saturdays per month).
Qualifications: Graduation from high school with classes or experience in business or a related field. Prior computer and internet skills required.
Job Environment and Physical Requirements: May be required to sit or stand for long periods of time. Must be able to reach. Must be able to lift on a frequent basis at least 10 pounds. Must occasionally be able to lift up to 30 pounds. Must be able to work in an environment that is at times very busy and hectic.
A full job description may be found here: http://libraries.ne.gov/centralcity/files/2019/08/CCPL-Library-Aide-II-Job-Description.pdf
A City Application must be completed Applications and job description are available at City Hall, 1702 31st Street, P.O. Box 418, Central City, NE 68826, by calling 308-946-3806, or print the online application here: http://libraries.ne.gov/centralcity/files/2018/09/City-of-Central-City-Application.pdf
Return applications to City Hall. The City of Central City is an EOE.
Looking for resources to use, to research your family history?🔍 Access @MyHeritage Library Edition! 😮
Log-in for *FREE: use your NE driver's license number, State ID number, or the password you can get from our library! Click here to login: https://t.co/u646EnWhWo #Genealogy pic.twitter.com/tWEADG1kDZ
— Central City Library (@CcplNe) August 23, 2019
You’ll have access to their huge database of more than 9 billion historic records and includes 3 billion exclusive family tree profiles from MyHeritage and Geni.
Here’s a link to a bunch of other cool genealogy-related websites to access as well: http://nebraskaccess.nebraska.gov/genealogy.asp
*The Nebraska Library Commission purchases subscriptions for Nebraskans with funding from the State of Nebraska and the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
Great Article in the Republican Nonpareil Newspaper About This Saturday’s (Aug. 10) Orphan Train Program!
Great article in the @CentralCityRN about THIS SATURDAY'S Riders on the Orphan Train presentation! We hope to see you at our library at 1:00pm, for a very special program about the largest child migration in history! https://t.co/qPRw95z0ZF via @CentralCityRN
— Central City Library (@CcplNe) August 8, 2019
Check out our current newsletter, for information about this Saturday's "Riders on the Orphan Train" presentation, tomorrow evening's Family Fun Night, and more! https://t.co/e3z3L8SwvW #LibraryNewsletter
— Central City Library (@CcplNe) August 6, 2019