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librarians build communities

Who We Are: To connect librarians with community organizations in order to form meaningful opportunities for service and generosity across North Carolina.

LBC In Action: NCLA's Librarians Build Communities committee often tries to "give back" to the city hosting our biennial conference by partnering with a local organization, such as Second Harvest Food Bank.

Donate to Librarians Build Communities!

Donations will support the communities of Haywood Count, NC who were impacted by Hurricane Ida.

When you donate, you will be entered into the raffle drawing. Drawing results will be announced the week of toe 2021 NCLA/SELA conference at the following times via Whova:

Wednesday & Thursday: 10AM, 12PM, 2PM, 4PM

Friday: 12PM

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Committee Members

Rase McCray, Chair

High Point Public Library

Stephanie Turner, Member

Forsyth County Public Schools

Jessica Schaefer, Member

Forsyth County Public Library

Jenneffer Sixkiller, Member

Mooresville Public Library

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