THIS ORGANIZATION HAS NOT SUBMITTED SUFFICIENT INFORMATION TO QUALIFY FOR "REVIEWED" STATUS FROM THE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION OF CENTRAL FLORIDA. The Maitland Public Library will update continually its reading, viewing and listening collections as well as seek new ways to stimulate the intellectual growth of library users of all ages. The Library is a community meeting place and a source for up-to-date information on local events and issues.The Library will provide a comfortable, useable environment in which patrons may access resources, obtain technical assistance and find avenues to become discriminating consumers of contemporary information.
Impact Summary from the Nonprofit The library’s 2009 Annual Plan of Service was based on the Long Range Plan. Each activity was based on a goal (sometimes referred to as “roles” or “service responses”) of the plan. Create Young Readers: In January, 2009 we split the pre-school and baby/toddler groups into two programs held on separate days, intensifying program purpose and increasing attendance. Encourage Young Readers: Instituted our Culture Club Program which invites elementary school aged children to “visit” foreign countries and sample the language, culture and food. Satisfy Curiosity: Expanded hands-on Internet searching classes to cover topics of interest to seniors (retirement resources, eldercare, genealogy, keeping up with the new technology) as well as making the computer lab available on Friday mornings. Learn to Find, Evaluate and Use Information: Continued re-evaluation and rearrangement of the library collection. All children’s materials were housed in the east wing for easier access. Stimulate Imagination: Reading: Expanded Summer Library Program to include all age groups and set up a “Boos and Bravos” bulletin board for brief reviews of adult titles. Highlighted titles in music on CD collection and added video games for checkout. Our goals for fiscal 2010 include: Acquire materials in demand by and useful to the public; Continue to provide a high level of professional library services; Provide monthly programming that educates and encourages patrons of all ages to use the services of the library. Expand and enhance the variety of database and other materials online so that patrons may have around the clock access; Continue hands-on computer instruction that includes the availability of the computer lab for those requiring e-government services; Continue seeking contributions and grant support for programs; Continue rearrangement of physical plant to make it more user friendly; Continue outreach to the public.
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