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Tab meeting 11 7-11
Tab meeting 11 7-11
Tab meeting 11 7-11
Tab meeting 11 7-11
Tab meeting 11 7-11
Tab meeting 11 7-11
Tab meeting 11 7-11
Tab meeting 11 7-11
Tab meeting 11 7-11
Tab meeting 11 7-11
Tab meeting 11 7-11
Tab meeting 11 7-11
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Tab meeting 11 7-11

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  • 1. Welcome to your first meeting! Monday, November 7, 2011
  • 2. What is the Teen Advisory Board?
  • 3. Who can join the TAB?Students in grades 9-12 who live inFranklin Park or the nearby areas.
  • 4. What does the TAB do?Helps decorate theSquareGives the YALibrarian input onTeen servicePlans programs forTeens, and more!
  • 5. Where does the TABWhen does the TAB meet? meet?Generally meets once a Franklin Park Publicmonth on a Monday at Library Large Meeting4:00 PM. Room
  • 6. Why join the TAB?• Because you want the library to be a fun place to hang out.• Because you love books, movies, music, and food.• Because participation earns you service hours and looks good on college and job applications.• Because it’s free!
  • 7. How do I join the TAB? Attend the meetings!Talk to Joyce Arellano, Young Adult Librarian jarellano@franklinparklibrary.org (847) 455-6016, x241 Facebook.com/askfppl
  • 8. Decorating the Square
  • 9. Decorating the Square cont.
  • 10. Planning Teen Programs Ideas for FuturePast Programs Programs• Library Scavenger Hunt • AniManga Club• Food decoration (Halloween • Book Club Twinkies, Gingerbread • YA Author visits Houses, Sugar Cube Castles) • Tech programs like this:• Wii & board games youmediachicago.org Photo courtesy of youmediachicago.org
  • 11. Giving inputThe YA CollectionWhat titles do we need to get?What titles should we get rid of?Does anyone in high school readJ-14, Twist, and Pop Star?The Websitewww.franklinparklibrary.org/teensWhat links do we need? What shouldwe get rid of?What else???
  • 12. Questions? Suggestions?

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