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NB Library Newsletter for March 2015

The North Baltimore Public Library has issued their Newsletter for March 2015.

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Tax Forms are available near the Main Desk. We have copies of the most common forms.
If you need other forms, many are found on the IRS’s website at or from Reproducible Tax Forms which we have available here also.
If you are filing a form 1040EZ, many companies will file from their website for free. Check out the IRS’s website for details or go to the Library website and click on the link.
There are scans of historic pictures of North Baltimore on our public computers. Look for a folder marked NB Historical Society Scans.
We have past editions of the North Baltimore News on microfilm.
We also are converting these files to digital PDF files on two of the public computers. To date we have 2007 back to 1979. More will become available as they are converted.
Did you know?…..
The “O” when used as a prefix in Irish surnames (like O’Malley,) means “descendant of.”
Spring will arrive here on
March 20th at 6:45 PM.
In Memory of Jeanne Chapman
Visit the Children’s Area and try the new AccuCut Mark IV roller die cutting machine and new dies. All items were purchased in Memory of Jeanne Chapman. The new dies include: Winged
Shoe, Awareness Ribbon, Tiger Mascot, and Megaphone. The Mark IV cuts 6 to 8 sheets of paper and up to 5 dies at a time.
Thank you to Briar Hill Health Campus and the Friends of the Library for donating our After School Snacks. Children are walking through sleet and snow for them.
Spring Book Sale
We have scheduled our Spring Book Sale for April 9th through the 11th, with a Friends of the Library exclusive pre-sale on April 8th.
We are still accepting donations of books, magazines, movies and music for the sale. Just bring your items to the Main Desk and we will take them off your hands. Do not dismay, your items will be sold at the Book Sale where we hope they will go to a good home and be treated well.
Lego Permanent Display
Check out the display case in the Wolfe Community Room hallway for our Lego display.
The “Lone Ranger Constitution Train Chase” set was donated by Bonnie Knaggs. New Lego display items are added as children create and build during our Lego Hour children’s program. Kids: Join in Lego Hour, March 24th, 3:00-4:00 pm and build with library Legos. The Lego Challenge for March is constructing a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow!
Dedicating a Memorial book or other item in memory of a loved one is a great way to honor their memory. A memorial is also a great way to remember a beloved pet.
We also accept Honor Books donated to honor a family member or friend who has achieved some milestone such as graduation, marriage, birth of a child or military service.
The 2014 Annual Financial Report for the North Baltimore Public Library is complete and has been submitted to the Auditor of the State of Ohio and is available at the Fiscal Officer’s office in the library at 230 N Main St., North Baltimore, Ohio.
Jodi L. Karhoff
Fiscal Officer
Don’t forget to “Spring Forward” Sunday, March 8th, as Daylight Saving Time returns!
BIRTHDAY CLUB – March 2015
Mar. 1 – Ryker Simon – age 3
Mar. 1 – Grace Maynard – age 8
Mar. 1 – Chase Morris – age 9
Mar. 3 – Zack Koenig – age 5
Mar. 4 – MacKenzie Helbling – age 10 Mar. 7 – Josh Fennell – age 9
Mar. 9 – Ashton Rader – age 11
Mar. 10 – Elyzabeth Kowalski – age 4
Mar. 10 – James Henry – age 7
Mar. 10 – Eve Burleson – age 12
Mar. 12 – Ethan Ferguson – age 8
Mar. 13 – Aaneqa Williams – age 11
Mar. 16 – Kaitlynn Grant – age 11
Mar. 17 – Layni Gonyer – age 6
Mar. 23 – Landon Murray – age 10
Mar. 23 – Chaslyn Herringshaw – age 11
Mar. 23 – Rodney Lockard – age 6
Mar. 25 – Kyleigh Shaffer – age 3
Mar. 29 – Don Courtney – age 9
Mar. 29 – Garrett Ziegler – age 10
Mar. 29 – Ilyeis Franks – age 11
Mar. 30 – Isabel Rhinehart – age 11
Mar. 31 – Corvin Canaberry – age 7
Mar. 31 – Jevin Zheng – age 7
Mar. 31 – Michael Canaberry – age 6
Spring Ideas – Plant a Garden
Although operating a rototiller needs to be done by an adult, kids can have a lot of fun planting a garden. They are also more likely to eat vegetables they have grown themselves rather than fighting to get them to eat a teaspoon of store bought canned green beans. Kids can dig rows, plant seeds, water and help weed – just make sure they know the difference between the garden plants and the weeds!
North Baltimore Public Library
February 2015 Memorials
No Better Friend: Celebrities and the dogs they love
In Memory of: Tanner
Given By: Voni Detamore
Catification: Designing a Happy and Stylish Home for Your Cat (and You)
In Memory Of: Jeanne Chapman
Given By: Margaret and Mary Bob
God Bless You & Goodnight
In Memory Of: My Loving Husband Carl D. Eckman
Given By: Doris J. Eckman
Prayer: Experiencing Awe & Intimacy
In Memory of: Stephen P. Cram
Given By: N.B. Library Staff & Board of Trustees
New Hampshire Icons
In Memory of Stephen P. Cram
Given By: N.B. Library Staff & Board of Trustees
The Nature of New Hampshire
In Memory of: Stephen P. Cram
Given By: N.B. Library Staff & Board of Trustees
Nascar Heroes: From Zero to Hero
In Memory of: Carl Eckman (Dad)
Given By: Dewane & Donna Eckman
Lilly & Jeff Beltz
Steve & Joanne Eckman
June Dean
Holidays to Remember:
March 1 is . . . . . Peanut Butter Lover’s Day
March 2 is . . . . . Old Stuff Day
March 3 is . . . . . The Star Spangled Banner Day
March 4 is . . . . . Command Day (March fourth!, get it?)
March 5 is . . . . . Personality Day
March 6 is . . . . . Frozen Food Day
March 7 is . . . . . Telephone Day
March 8 is . . . . . Check Your Pulse Day
March 9 is . . . . . Employee Appreciation Day
March 10 is . . . . Middle Name Pride Day
March 11 is . . . . Worship of Tools Day
March 12 is . . . . Alfred Hitchcock Day
March 13 is . . . . Jewel Day
March 14 is . . . . Pi Day (Its 3.14, get it?)
March 15 is . . . . Pear Day
March 16 is . . . . Everything You Do Is Right Day
March 17 is . . . . Submarine Day (The sandwich)
March 18 is . . . . Public Transportation Day
March 19 is . . . . Poultry Day
March 20 is . . . . Quilting Day
March 21 is . . . . Fragrance Day
March 22 is . . . . Goof-off Day
March 23 is . . . . Organize Your Home Office Day
March 24 is . . . . Chocolate Covered Raisins Day
March 25 is . . . . Waffle Day
March 26 is . . . Moist Cake Day
March 27 is . . . . Country Music Song Titles Day
March 28 is . . . . Something on a Stick Day
March 29 is . . . . Mirrors Day
March 30 is . . . . Paint Something Day
March 31 is. .Be nice to someone trying to quit smoking Day
March 2015 Children’s Events
@ the NB Library
Preschool Story Time Returns!
Tuesday mornings at 10 am for ages 1-4 with an adult caregiver
After School Story Mission
Wednesdays from 3-3:45 pm for children in grades K-4.
Thurs., Mar. 5 from 5:30-7 pm
Kinect Play – Tuesday, Mar. 10 from 3-4 pm for all ages
FAMILY FUN DAY – Sat., Mar. 14 from 10 am-Noon
Wood County Family & Child Task Force offers screenings & activities for preschoolers & their families.
FROZEN PARTY – Thurs., Mar. 19 from 6:30 to 7:30 pm
Join us for games & activities to celebrate the Disney Movie! Preschoolers must be accompanied by an adult
caregiver. Please register beginning on Mar. 5. Space is limited.
Special Appearance by – OLAF!!!
Lego Hour is Tuesday, Mar. 24 from 3-4 pm for all ages.
Congratulations to Skyler Livingston for winning the Dragon Puppet from our Winter Reading program.
82 children joined the programs and received a plastic book bag and other give-aways.
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Just for Teens
Grades 5 & up
Thursdays from 3:30-4:30 pm
March 5 – St. Patrick’s Day Celebration
Mar. 12 – Kinect Play
Mar. 19 – Spring Bingo in Teen Area
with Sue Miklovic – OSU Extension
Teen Winter Reading Winners –
Corinna Adkins won the Fantasy set with the miniature hatching dragon, dragon novel & fantasy drawing book.
Danielle Douglas won the Minecraft book set.
21 teens joined the Winter Reading Club – JOUST READ!
Well done to all of our “Winter Readers!” 82 children preschool through grades 4
& 21 teens grades 5 & above participated.
Congratulations to Susan DeWalt !
Susan is the winner of the drawing for the Keurig coffee brewer.
You can request items from other Libraries at home on the Internet using our online catalog. Just go to our website at: and click on the Catalog button. You will need your Library card to log in.
The Wolfe Community Room
Perfect for your family holiday get together!
New rates beginning January 1, 2015:
The room can be rented for $45.00 for one day’s use. (There is a refundable $25 deposit on keys.) Cash only please.
Library Staff:
Connie Phillips – Director
Lori Kaufman – Asst. Director & Cataloging
Jodi Karhoff – Fiscal Officer
Cheryl Heilman – Youth Services Coordinator
Holly Emahiser – Processing & Memorials
Deb Zimmerman – Asst. Youth Services Coor.
Chelcie Berger – InterLibrary Loans
Diana Patterson – Circulation Clerk
Christina Kern – Circulation Clerk
Library Board Members:
President: Mr. Rick Van Mooy
Vice President: Mr. James Miller
Mrs. Beverly Greene / Mrs. Martha Hamlin / Mr. Dennis Miller / Mrs. Ginger Povenmire / Dr. Ralph H. Wolfe
The Board meets on the Second Monday of each month at 5:00 PM. All meetings are open to the public.
The North Baltimore Public Library
230 N. Main St. North Baltimore, OH 45872
PHONE: (419) 257-3621
FAX: (419) 257-3859
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