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Free presentation, open to the public, SSDI/SSI programs

Attorney Don Chewning of Chewning Legal, LLC in Two Rivers, WI will be presenting at the library on Wednesday, February 10, 2016 from 4:00 until 5:00 p.m. in our meeting space.

His informational presentation will provide background information on the Social Security Disability (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) programs, including the basic legal requirements and procedures.

All are welcome and please feel free to pass the word to folks who might like this information. Thank you!

Here are some ideas for New Year's reading resolutions!

A) Choose a number of how many books you would like to read in a month.

B) Decide how you will track your books. Examples: in a journal, in a notebook, on Goodreads.com, in your Infosoup library account.

C) Decide how often you will visit the library. Each week, every other week, each month.

D) Name a series you will try this year.

E) Name a new-to-you author that you will try reading this year.

F) Name a new-to-you genre that you will try reading this year.

G) Consider making a resolution to talk to other people about what you read!

H) Consider making a resolution to read at least 10 pages of a book before you reject it.

Season's readings to you and yours!

 *adapted from a sheet created by Amy Mascott of teachmama.com for Scholastic which may have been based on the ideas of Allison McDonald