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Jun
25

July Meeting of the Genealogical Society

An especially trying area of research for most genealogists is locating information on the women in the family tree. Prior to the middle 1800’s, women were considered part of the husband/father’s property. Indeed, many articles refer to women as “elusive”, “a special problem”, or “less important than livestock” at certain times in history, especially due […]

By staffwriter | Genealogy
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Jun
20

4 free resources to help write your best resume ever

Writing a resume can feel overwhelming since it’s what makes your first impression on a potential employer. Whether you’re a recent grad or someone looking for a new job, we have resources to help you write your best resume. Free Online Tools Check out the online resource  Testing and Education Reference Center. First, you’ll need […]

By Laura | Jobs
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Jun
15

Five Fantasy Books You Should Have Read

There is a classic fantasy book (which shall remain nameless) that has been on my reading list for years. As a diehard fan of the fantasy genre, I always felt a little guilty for not reading one of the most popular fantasy novels ever written. So this weekend I sat down and prepared myself for […]

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Jun
05

6 Awesome & Simple Ways to Help Kids Learn to Read

As a parent, you’re incredibly busy. You know how important it is to prepare your child to read but fitting in one more thing, even such an important one, can feel overwhelming. I have good news! You’re already helping your child get ready to read without even knowing it. Before they learn how to read, […]

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Jun
01

Make yourself a Maker…

Ah, the summer. The temperature is warmer, the kids are home, sandals are in vogue and it’s time for the Clermont County Public Library’s Maker Festival.  The Maker Festival is a family-friendly showcase of science, technology, innovation and all things creative. For instance, different local makers will show off their creations and demonstrate their skills. […]

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May
20

Food Trends for 2017

Looking for some new recipes and food ideas.  Food writers, chefs and the food critics have some suggestions of what to look for in 2017.  The library has lots of books to help you with recipes and techniques.  These are the top food trends for this year. 1.Vegetables There will be more vegetables on our […]

By Phyllis | books
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May
15

Love American Gods? Try These Absolutely Awesome 4 Books

  Some of us discovered American Gods by Neil Gaiman when the book came out in 2001, winning the Hugo, Nebula, and Locus Awards. Others have recently found it via the tv adaptation currently showing. Either way, if you’re loving the struggles of the godsquad and want more, try one of these awesome book suggestions. […]

By Laura | books
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May
12

9 Amazing Teen Books We’re Raving About Now

Recently, members of the library staff competed against other area libraries in a Teen Read Challenge. The challenge was to read as many teen books and graphic novels as possible. And the library’s team, Dewey Ever, came in third place, winning bragging rights AND a Raspberry Pi computer. Visit the Raspberry Pi at our Maker […]

By Laura | books
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