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    • Favorite childhood memories were of going to the country club where she could swim, ride her bike, and swing on the big swing. She was not a fan, however, of ice skating. She claimed her ankles were too weak and it was far too cold. When asked what she liked best about being retired, Sally quickly informed us that retirement definitely doesn’t give you more time. But it does allow you more choice of what to do with the time you have. It sounds like Sally keeps very busy and will continue to do so in the future! If you would like us to get to know you better, we would love to come and interview you. Please give us a call at 614-259-5034. Sally Lefler has been a resident of Friendship Village for about a year, but she has lived in Ohio most of her life. She and her husband met while they were both students at Asbury College (now a university) in Kentucky. He has since passed but they had 56 years together. They raised four children, two boys and two girls. Both girls were adopted. She is also a grandmother 14 times over and has 5 great grandchildren. The thing she is most proud of in her life is her family. “How blessed I have been,” she stated. Some of Sally’s favorite past times are evident in her apartment. She enjoys handcrafts, reading and birding. She likes being out in nature and has volunteered for the Metro Park system for many years, specifically at Blendon Woods and Sharon Woods. Quite the world traveler, the only places Sally has not been are the Antarctica and Africa. We wish we could have stayed there all afternoon and listened to the tales of her travels. She has visited China, Israel, Brazil and all over Europe. Her favorite destinations were Scandinavia and Alaska. While in Brazil, she visited a former exchange student and attended his wedding! When asked if she could visit anywhere else in the world, where would that be, Sally replied, “Victoria Falls.” Introducing: Sally Lefler Wester ville Public Librar y The Outreach J u l y / A u g u s t 2 0 1 4N e w s l e t t e r 6 4  Patron Interview  Did You Know?  Global Art  Upcoming Events  Staff Picks
    • P a g e 2 GLOBAL ART Get Connected! Discover new ways to connect with friends and family. The Westerville Public Library Outreach Department will start conducting classes with a focus on the popular social website Facebook. This class will require a basic knowledge of internet and you will learn to send messages as well as pictures to loved ones. The Outreach Department does offer computer and tablet classes to individuals or if you would like us to come out and teach a class on computers and internet at your apartment/facility, LET US KNOW! Give us a call at 614-259-5034 and get connected today. Prizes Remember to fill out your Summer Rating Logs that you should have already received in your green delivery bags. Simply rate how you liked an item and return the form to be entered for weekly prizes. A Public Library. Many local artists contributed to the display, many to whom we deliver, including our lovely groups from Parkside Village, Edgewood, and The Village. Our Thanks to all those who participated in the Global Arts Project for Peace. The paintings of peace were on display in the meet- ing rooms here at the Westerville art has been mailed out and we should be expecting returns from a different country very soon. We will add those pictures to the newsletter when those arrive. grand prize winner will be selected at the end of the sum- mer of those who wrote a short review on any book, movie, or CD. DID YOU KNOW?
    • You are invited to enjoy the 23rd WesterFlora Garden Tour. This year’s theme will be Hidden Treasures, which is a perfect description of all the lovely gardens you will see. The tour is free P a g e 3 N e w s l e t t e r 6 4 U P C O M I N G E V E N T S July 4...Rotary Club of Westerville Independ- ence Day Celebration. The 5k run/walk begins at 8am. The Rotary Parade and WARM community food drive (food will be collected during the parade route) will start at 1pm. Join vintage car collectors at the Union Savings Bank parking lot— 44 S. State St.— for the Cruising Uptown event which will be from 6-8pm. The fire- works start at 10pm. Enjoy some family fun celebrating the Nation’s birthday! July 12-13...41st Annual Westerville Area Chamber of Commerce Music and Arts Festival 10-6pm (Sat.) and 10- 5pm (Sun.) at Heritage Park, 100 N. Cleveland Ave. The Festival will fea- ture over 160 fine artists and craftspeople, live entertainment, youth art and silent auction... not to mention delicious food! Admission is $1. July 24 Friends’ Ice Cream Social & Music 7-8:30 @ the Westerville Public Library. $1.00 per sundae donation please! You will be able to find everything from potlucks and karaoke to raffles, police car rides and appearances by WPD officers at participating neighborhoods around Westerville. For more information call 614-901-6472. August 6...National Night Out. 6:30-10pm. This citywide event is designed to raise awareness regarding crime and drug prevention as well as support for local programs and police - community partnerships. and each garden will be accompanied by various artists and musicians. For more information, please go to www.westerflora.com or call 614-882-5599. 2014 WesterFlora Garden Tour August 29...Uptown Friday Night: Fifth Friday! 6-8pm in Uptown. Five Fridays in Westerville means extra fun! Come and check out what local shops have to offer.
    • HEATHER The Museum of Extraordinary Things By Alice Hoffman A girl, whose father runs a curiosities museum on the Coney Island board- walk, falls for a Russian photographer who man- ages to capture poignant images of the infamous Triangle Shirtwaist factory fire while fleeing his Lower East Side Orthodox community. Round Midnight (R, 1986) MARIE Ghost Bride by Yangsze Choo Li Lan, daughter of a bankrupt family with few prospects, is given a proposal that’s hard to refuse. She may marry the son of a wealthy and power- ful family and live well for the rest of her life but the catch: he’s dead. To be- come a ghost bride means to placate a restless spirit but Li Lan seems to be haunted by more than just her ghostly suitor. The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (2014, PG) MEREDITH Homer’s Odyssey by Gwen Cooper Thankfully, already having two cats and a low paying job did not stop Gwen Cooper from taking in poor, eyeless Homer. Having survived alone in an apartment close to the World Trade Towers during 9/11, Homer grew to be a force to be reckoned with and proves love isn't something you need eyes to see. Ernest Scared Stupid (1991, PG) THOMAS A Cook’s Tour by Anthony Bourdain This novel follows famous chef/author Anthony Bourdain as he searches the world for the ultimate meal. American Hustle (2013, R) STAFF PICKS JULIE* The Chaperone By Laura Moriarty In the summer of 1922 in New York City, pre-movie star Louise Brooks is chaperoned by a 36 year old lady and a relationship is made that will forever change their lives. Planes, Trains, and Automobiles (2009, R) ELLYN A Constellation of Vital Phenomena by Anthony Marra Chechnya. December 2004. In a rural village a young girl, whose father has been taken by Russian forces, becomes the charge of a failed doctor. While he treats wounded rebels and refugees, he explores a shared past that binds him to the girl. Enough Said (2013, PG-13) *Julie Kerns is the manager of the Outreach Dept. (also a notary). If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at 614-259-5034.