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2017 Summer Chelsea District Library Newsletter

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221 South Main Street • Chelsea, MI 48118 chelseadistrictlibrary.org Non-Profit Org. Postage Paid Chelsea, MI Permit #28 POSTAL PATRON Perspectives Being a grandma to four beautiful granddaughters is the best! It warms my heart that they all enjoy "reading" books and being read to!!! ~ Chris Frayer As a high school senior travelling with the international musical group Up With People, … our messages promoted global peace, social justice, and positive actions. ~ Jennifer Kundak I've been working with the PeaceJam foundation, which uses the lives and work of Nobel Peace Laureates to inspire young people to create projects that address the most critical challenges that face our world. ~ Dave Gilbert My family and I help to empty book bins and clean and sort books for the library's used book sales. ~ Lauren V., CDL Youth Patron Preparing a home cooked meal from scratch for a family in need. ~ Antoinette Conway Being a Dad, for my daughters and my exchange student daughter. ~ David Bloom Served in the United States Marine Corps. ~ Nick Schneider I volunteered at Hands4Detroit with my FUMC. ~ Ethan Pfeiffer, CDL Teen Patron Next newsletter's question is open to you, our readers. This fall we're offering a new program "CDL Song Fest," a celebration of the art and craft of songs. We want to know your favorite song or musical artist! Please email your response to marketing@chelseadistrictlibrary.org by June 30, 2017. Serving as a Cub Scout and Boy Scout leader, I have helped young boys grow into self sufficient, confident young men while they discover how much they can achieve. ~ Heidi Dailey My favorite holiday is Earth Day. During my teaching career, I sponsored programs to inspire students to care for our planet. Now I'm doing the same thing at the Chelsea Retirement Community. ~ Julia Strimer " " Printed with vegetable based inks Powered by 100% Certified Renewable Energy Printed in Michigan by Michigan Workers "Actions speak louder than words!" The CAADY Corner Quilters group has given more than 200 collaboratively designed, handcrafted quilts to wrap patients … in the U of M Hospital Stem Cell Transplant unit with a warm, colorful reminder that someone cares. ~ Charlotte Wyche Welcome to our Perspectives column, where each newsletter we highlight perspectives from our staff, board of trustees, and you, the reader. This month our readers tell us "how they've helped make the world a better place." ChelseaDistrictLibrary ChelseaLibrary I am running in the Veterans Memorial 150 VM150 to raise money for veterans and their families. ~ Shasta Grifka Supporting my middle school daughter's passion for learning languages and for her new blog, www.milliontwilights.org, which features interviews of people of various cultures. ~ Sharon Kegerreis

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