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January, 2015 – Time to Get Your Resume in Order

Bring your library & information & we’ll show you how you can make a great resume.  It can be easily updated too.  You’ll use Career Transitions database which can help you build your resume, help you write an effective cover letter, prepare for an interview, browse career paths, find jobs and search schools and programs.  […]

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A “Treat” for You !

DID YOU MISS THE GHOST WALK IN HISTORIC NEWBURGH?  IT’S NOT TOO LATE . . . You can come to hear Linda Spillman Bruns of the RiverTown StoryTellers tell “true” ghost stories right here at Ohio Township Public Library System – Central Library on Wednesday, October 22 from 6:30-7:30 pm on the patio (weather permitting) […]

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The Namesake – Staff Review by Linda R

Because I enjoyed reading Jhumpa Lahiri’s short story collection, I was looking forward to reading her novel “The Namesake”.  I was not disappointed!  This novel tells the story of two generations of the Ganguli family.  The parents, Ashoke and Ashima, travel from Calcutta to America and settle in Massachusetts to start their lives as Americans.  […]

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Mike Mullin – Author Talk

What an opportunity for our OTPLS patrons! Join us this Saturday Mike Mullin, Indiana Author of “Ashfall” and “Ashen Winter,” is coming to Central Library! September 28th at 11 am in the Emerald Room! Mike will be holding an author talk: “How Taekwondo is Like Writing” A martial arts demonstration with advice on novel writing […]

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Fifty Shades of Freed

Conclusions are great things in many ways.  They bring a story together; they give you a sense of completion; and they highlight the positives.  What isn’t so great about a conclusion is, well, it’s conclusive meaning the end.  The conclusion book of the Fifty Shades trilogy by E.L. James, Fifty Shades of Freed, was amazing […]

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