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Welcome to The Outreach, a bi-monthly newsletter created by Outreach Services, the Westerville Library’s senior and homebound delivery service.

Welcome to The Outreach, a bi-monthly newsletter created by Outreach Services, the Westerville Library’s senior and homebound delivery service.

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  • Issue 45 May/June 2011 The Outreach W E S T E RV I L L E P U B L I C L I B R A RY mer e tha t Sum ths. d to i magin ple of mon ns? I t’s har ere in a cou at that mea f eh h ,o will b you know w g program in e But do mmer Read theme will b ou u y The S This year ’s So whether ! . course estinations , cracking a D p Novel taking a tri something n g r plan o just learnin lost...in you r t case, o s time to ge t’ ! new, i vorite book fa The program will begin with the delivery of your reading log in June. WORD SEARCH SAIL-A I R P L A N E F K P Y T BOATM O E A B C D E F G H H A BIKEJ K K M C O E Q E S C U X CANOES A I L B O A T K A F G I TAXIH I B K N M N O Y Q R S U YACHTI U V A X Y Z A B C D E N AIRPLANEP B C D E F G H I J K L M SHIP CAR
  • STAFF PICKS P a g e 2THOMAS HEATHERDead in the Family . At Homeby Charlaine Harris by Bill BrysonSookie’s connection to Bryson takes theShreveport draws her back JULIE reader on a tour of hisand up against a foe that Beautiful Lies home, showing how eachwants her dead. room has figured in the evo- by Lisa Unger lution of private life.Red (R) Ridley Jones’ life is turned upside down My Favorite Year (PG) when she is given a mysterious packageMARIE that makes her question everything she know about her family. ELLYNA Study in Scarlettby Sir Arthur Conan Doyle The King’s Speech (R) The Saturday Big Tent Wedding Party by Alexander McCall SmithFirst book in the Sherlock Holmes series. Precious and Grace find themselves in interesting situations when they embark on a mission to reclaim a van featured in a possible prophetic dream. Despicable Me (PG) The Fighter (R) Upcoming Events May 5th... Annual W.A.R.M. Prayer Breakfast. 6:30‐8:30am at the  Westerville Community Center (350 N. Cleveland Ave.) Registration begins  at 6:30. Cost is $25. For reservations, call 614‐899‐0196.    May 7th... Community Service Day. 9:00am‐1:00pm. For the 10th year,  Leadership Westerville partners with local volunteers, businesses, and  organizations to provide helpful services around the community.  Volunteers can offer assistance with household chores, yard work, and  home repairs for senior citizens and neighbors in need living within the  Westerville school district. Submit a request to Kristi Robbins at 614‐901‐ 3101.    May 20th...Westerville in the Civil War. 7:30pm. Westerville Historical  Society meeting with presenter Dr. Sarah Fatherly. Westerville Public  Library meeting rooms (126 S. State St.), 614‐882‐7277 ext. 2160.