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Jill Mackler 453-3353
Caroline Engvall 453-7817
Mary Yates 453-7177
   

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Agenda for the next meeting

 

1.      Review Agenda

2.      Visitor’s business

3.      Review of and acceptance of meeting minutes

4.      Librarian’s report

5.      Treasurer’s Report

6.      Old Business

7.      New business

8.   Summary

9.  Next meeting date


Lawrence Memorial Board of Trustees

Meeting Minutes

January 20, 2016

 

 

Attending:

Board Members:  Caroline Engvall, Mary Yates, Jim Stapleton, Jill Mackler

 

Staff:  Nancy Wilson

 

Visitors: Paulita Washburn

 

Minutes: accepted by consensus

 

Librarian’s Report:

Paulita is here with some annual stats that show use of the library is strong. She talks  about the family pass program and how popular some of the passes have been. She also proposes that we pay $100 for a VINS pass. The board agrees that this is a good use of our money.

 

Nancy is very burned out on doing trivia but she feels somewhat obligated to continue. The board stresses that she is under no such obligation. Nancy decides to send an email to the five town area libraries to see if they wouldn’t like to alternate hosting trivia. She could continue to do it sporadically.

 

The telescope is here. We will start lending it as soon as staff has had a chance to try it out. Paulita has taken it and Marita wants to borrow it this weekend.

 

Treasurer’s Report:

The budget is slightly under spent. We have lost money in investments. The market is not good.

 

We have $1000.00 in our operating budget that needs to go into a special long-term building maintenance fund. Caroline will go to the bank to set up an account.

 

Jim moved to request $131,721.00 from the town for fiscal year operating budget 2016-2017. Mary seconded. Passed unanimously.

 

Nancy has a letter from Bev Knight who is finally retiring. Nancy will call to arrange to have her successor, Doug Howes, come to the April board meeting to discuss the library investments

 

Old Business:

Nancy’s husband changed the light bulbs.

 

The fundraising letter total raised is about $3000.

 

We are on Melanie Acker’s schedule for landscaping this spring. She thinks she can prune the juniper shrubs to make them look good.

 

The staff and volunteer appreciation dinner was successful and attendees appreciated the acknowledgment. The board thinks it might become monotonous if the same thing is done every year. Perhaps we can change things up with a different time of year and different type of event.

 

New Business: Caroline has appreciated Nancy’s succinct posts on Front Porch Forum about library activities and services. She did do a longer post about books to take on a desert island she was hoping would start a conversation on FPF but it didn’t. Caroline suggests trying again with beach books, what you would give a teenager to read, what you would give a child, etc. Nancy will definitely try again.

 

Jim reports that the Bristol Gateway Players plan to put on a production of Alice in Wonderland, Jim’s version, at the end of July or beginning of August as a fundraiser for BGP and the library. Melissa Jennison will direct. The library staff and board will help when the time comes.

 

Mary has completed her petition to run again for library board. Josh is collecting his signatures to fill the three year term. Caroline has a candidate for the one year term. We will see if she decides to do it.

 

Caroline has a class on Wednesday or the next few weeks. We will change the February meeting to Monday, the 8th and the March meeting to Monday, the 14th. We will need to let the new board members know.

 

Adjournment: Meeting adjourned at 8:30

 

 

 

 

 

Agenda for the next meeting (Monday February 8th, 7:00 PM)

 

1.      Review agenda

2.      Visitor’s business

3.      Review of and acceptance of meeting minutes

4.      Librarian’s report

5.      Treasurer’s report

6.      Old Business

7.      New business

9.    Summary

10.   Next meeting date

 


Lawrence Memorial Board of Trustees

Meeting Minutes

November 18, 2015

 

 

Attending:

Board Members:  Caroline Engvall, Mary Yates, Jim Stapleton, Jill Mackler

 

Staff:  Nancy Wilson

 

Visitors: No visitors

 

Librarian’s Report:

Nancy has submitted a written report. We have signed up for a courier pilot project. Green Mountain Messenger Service will stop at our library beginning January 18, 2016 once a week to pick up a bin of inter-library loan items. This program will save us money and make our loan system faster as well as save us time when preparing materials.  

Once the delivery service starts Nancy will let people know on Front Porch Forum. She also needs to begin posting very brief items about cool library services.

 

Treasurer’s Report:

The budget is slightly under spent, but Nancy reports that most of that surplus will be gone when our bookkeeper submits her bills.

 

Old Business:

Nancy is having a heck of a time getting anyone to change the light bulbs at the library. We need a tall ladder and a brave person. Caroline calls her husband Carl and he agrees to do it! He will borrow the ladder from Holley Hall.

 

Jim, Jill, and Caroline have sent out fundraising letters to people they know. Mary takes some to do. Nancy will mail the rest tomorrow.

 

Nancy will call Melanie Acker to talk about the shrubs and pruning the apple trees.

 

Melissa and her partners came on Monday night to look at the space. Nancy has not heard back. She will keep the board up to date but will make decisions on the room.

 

New Business: The group decides not to have a meeting December 16th but to instead have a staff and volunteer appreciation dinner at the library. Board members will make food. Nancy will set up, decorate, and buy drinks.

 

Adjournment: Meeting adjourned at 8:00


Lawrence Memorial Board of Trustees

Meeting Minutes

October 21, 2015

Attending:

Board Members:  Caroline Engvall, Mary Yates, Jim Stapleton, Moira Garrity, Jill Mackler

 

Staff:  Nancy Wilson

 

Visitors: No visitors

 

Jim moved to accept the minutes from the September meeting, Mary seconded. Passed unanimously.

 

Librarian’s Report:

Nancy has submitted a written report.

 

David King refinished one of our Windsor chairs and cut down the stools in the computer room. Jim will send David a thank you note. We now have enough stools.

 

Treasurer’s Report:

The budget is slightly under spent. Not unexpectedly, considering the market, the investments have lost value.

 

Old Business:

Jill thanks everyone for the donation in memory of Mike Gilley. We received a thank you letter from Homeward Bound. Nancy asked that they send Kim Gilley an acknowledgment of the donation as well.

 

Nancy and Caroline joined a team at trivia and came in second. The next time Nancy can play is November 24th. Board members may come and play that night, or, in fact, any night!

 

We do not have enough help to do the play again this year.

 

Instead of doing a mass mailing of the fundraising letter this year we will target the appeal to the people who donated during 2013 and 2014. Nancy has given photocopies of the checks to Martha Gurney, a library volunteer who has experience building donor databases. Nancy estimates we will need to send out 200-300 letters. Jim will work on a new letter targeted towards people who already support the library and ask for their opinions in a non-scientific survey.

 

The planning commission has finally approved the little free library attached to the playground structure in the park.

 

New Business: Melissa Atkins, the young woman who cleans the library has proposed that with her partner Andrea Leadbetter, she would come in and redecorate the multi-purpose room downstairs, painting walls, etc. They would need some sort of smallish budget from the library to get some supplies for painting and decorating. She wants to hear the vision that we have in mind for the kind of use we’d like the room to promote and they would be given some creative license and the budget to execute the rest.

They would do all the labor for FREE with the hope that you would promote us by word of mouth. The board says, yes; let’s see what she comes up with. Nancy will set up a meeting with Missy.

 

Adjournment: Meeting adjourned at 8:00

 

 

 

Agenda for the next meeting (Wednesday November 18, 7:00 PM)

 

1.      Review agenda

2.      Visitor’s business

3.      Review of and acceptance of meeting minutes

4.      Librarian’s report

5.      Treasurer’s report—preliminary budget discussion

6.      Old Business

7.      New business

9.    Summary

10.   Next meeting date


Lawrence Memorial Board of Trustees

Meeting Minutes

September 10, 2015

Attending:

Board Members:  Caroline Engvall, Mary Yates, Jim Stapleton, Moira Garrity

 

Staff:  Nancy Wilson

 

Visitors: Marita is at the meeting to talk about the summer program at the library. She shows us pictures of the programs and participants. She also pointed out the many community members who ran the summer programs. Marita is very pleased with how many people participated this summer. Marita mentioned that the little free library at the playground has been tabled by the planning commission. She thinks the decision is tangled up in the playground politics. She and Nancy will attend the next planning commission meeting to see what will happen next.

 

Moira moved to accept the minutes from the August meeting, Jim seconded. Passed unanimously.

 

Librarian’s Report:

Marita has done a report.

 

Treasurer’s Report:

It’s too early in the month for a treasurer’s report.

 

Investments are okay.

 

Thus far we have made $568 from trivia night. We will save it for a special occasion.

 

Old Business:

The library is painted and looks very nice.

 

Once the shed is moved we should look at doing something nice in the backyard. Perhaps a shade tree could be purchased during the Mother’s Day plant sale.

 

Caroline has contacted Alice Leeds and Melissa Jennison about doing the play next year. Alice is willing to help but Caroline needs to follow up with Melissa. There is also one other person who may help. Caroline will let everyone know within a week.

 

The final draft of the fundraising is done. It looks great. Nancy wonders about getting some of the envelopes printed at a printer. She will get some estimates. Another option is to order more rubber stamps and divide up the envelopes between board members. Nancy will do some research. Caroline recommends Greg Lutton at 802 Print and Marketing.

 

Caroline wonders about different fundraisers if we don’t do the play.

 

New Business:

Jill is not at the meeting. She recently lost a family member. We will donate $50 to an organization in memory of Mike Gilley. Caroline will see what organization is in the obituary or what Jill recommends.

 

Nancy wants to hire Melanie Acker to tear out the bushes in front of the building and to prune the crabapple trees. Marita wants more milkweed.

 

Adjournment: Meeting adjourned at 8:40

 

 

 

Agenda for the next meeting (Wednesday October 21, 7:00 PM)

 

1.      Review agenda

2.      Visitor’s business

3.      Review of and acceptance of meeting minutes

4.      Librarian’s report

5.      Treasurer’s report

6.      Old Business

7.      New business

9.    Summary

10.   Next meeting date


Lawrence Memorial Board of Trustees

Meeting Minutes

August 19, 2015

Attending:

Board Members:  Caroline Engvall, Jill Mackler, Jim Stapleton, Moira Garrity

 

Staff:  Nancy Wilson

 

Visitors: Victor is unable to attend the meeting

 

Jill moved to accept the minutes from the July meeting, Jim seconded. Passed unanimously.

 

Librarian’s Report:

Paulita has submitted an informative librarian’s report. The library has been very busy.

 

Nancy wants to get a library team together for trivia next Tuesday. She will send out reminder emails to board members and library friends.

 

Treasurer’s Report:

It’s the first month of the fiscal year so not much budget activity to report. Nancy will ask the bookkeeper for a more useful grants report. We need to see a total balance in the account every month.

 

Old Business:

The library painting has begun.

 

Caroline has emailed Alice Leeds and Melissa Jennison about doing the play next year. We will see what happens.

 

Jim has copies of the fundraising letter to share. Board members agree on some simple survey questions to include in the letter. Jim will have a draft to us in soon.

 

A furnace issue was discovered when Robinson’s came to service it a couple of weeks ago. We need a new smoke pipe. Nancy will call to get more details.

 

Nancy will also call Therese to follow up on the moving of the shed. She will also ask if there is anything else we can do to avoid another septic freeze.

 

New Business:

There is no new business

 

Adjournment: Meeting adjourned at 8:40

 

Because Jim will be out of the country later in the month and we need to finalize the fundraising letter the board will meet on the 9th, instead of the 16th.

                 Lawrence Memorial Board of Trustees

Meeting Minutes

July 15, 2015

Attending:

Board Members:  Caroline Engvall, Jill Mackler, Mary Yates, Jim Stapleton


Staff:  Nancy Wilson


Visitors: Victor is unable to attend the meeting


Jill moved to accept the minutes from the July meeting, Jim seconded. Passed unanimously.


Librarian’s Report:

Nancy has written a librarian’s report.


Nancy spoke to Marita and Paulita about coming to board meetings occasionally to report.  They are amenable to the idea. Nancy will see if Marita can attend the September meeting to report on summer activities.


Treasurer’s Report:

The budget looks good. We are about $800.00 to the good. Nancy will pay the bookkeeper out of this money when she submits her bills


Investments are down a little.


Old Business:

Nancy passes out a first draft of the library survey. Board members have some suggestions for editing. Nancy will get a second draft out before the next meeting. She will also check into the cost of Survey Monkey; the free version may not do everything we need. Jill will evaluate the data once the surveys are completed.


Jim has news from the salon series group. They would love to meet at the library; in fact they would give the entire series over to the library. Some previous presenters have expressed interest in doing another salon. The salon folks would like the library to take over publicity and promotion. They could do the booking. Nancy thinks this is more work than library staff is prepared to tackle. In Nancy’s experience publicity and promotion is the most difficult part of any program. Normally if someone comes to her with a program idea she tells them that the library can host, i.e. provide space, but nothing else. We only promote programs that we create ourselves.  Jim will tell the salon committee.


Nancy will ask Alice Leeds what level of involvement she is prepared to offer for a play next year. Perhaps she could work with Melissa Jennison.


Jim did send out a draft letter a few weeks ago but he will look at it, revise it and resend it before the August meeting. We want to get it out and begin the survey in September.


New Business:

There is no new business.


Adjournment: Meeting adjourned at 8:40


Lawrence Memorial Board of Trustees

Meeting Minutes

June 17, 2015

Attending:

Board Members:  Caroline Engvall, Jill Mackler, Mary Yates, Moira Garrity

 

Staff:  Nancy Wilson

 

Moira moved to accept the minutes, Jill seconded, passed unanimously.

 

Visitor’s Business: None. Victor will come to meetings when he can but he is working two jobs this summer.

 

Librarian’s Report:

Marita has sent a written librarian’s report. It is busy downstairs and upstairs now that summer has finally arrived.

 

Library passports are popular. We had two people come in to get theirs stamped today. We have given out seven passports thus far. The program runs from June 1 to September 1.

 

It would be great if Marita and Paulita could come to board meetings every once in a while. Nancy will ask them if it is possible.

 

 

Treasurer’s Report: It looks like the budget is a bit overspent. Investments keep going up.

 

Old Business:

Nancy has three simple survey questions drafted. First she would like to use a question that the Pew research organization used a couple of years ago in their public library  survey. It lists library services and asks people to rate them important, very important, or not important. The second question asks what one word comes to mind when respondents think about the Lawrence Memorial Library. Finally, we should ask what respondents wish we would do that we don’t now, and/or what they don’t like about the library. Nancy will do a draft survey and send it out. Perhaps on Survey Monkey, if possible.

 

Trivia is still going well. We are now collecting $3 from all participants, $1 of which comes to the library. Nancy sent out a reminder on Front Porch Forum and Facebook that trivia is continuing through the summer. She wonders about the money, thus far she has just been depositing it in the operating account. But it would be great if it could go for something special. Nancy will begin depositing it the grants account and we will talk more about how to use it.

 

Caroline is still a bit concerned about the feasibility of a play next year but we will keep talking about it.

New Business:

Caroline wishes the library appeared more on her Facebook feed. Now that summer is here and more is going on our online presence will increase when we publicize events.

 

Adjournment: Meeting adjourned at 8:30




Lawrence Memorial Board of Trustees

Meeting Minutes

May 20, 2015

Attending:

Board Members:  Caroline Engvall, Jill Mackler, Jim Stapleton, Moira Garrity

 

Staff:  Nancy Wilson

 

Moira moved to accept the minutes, Jill seconded, passed unanimously.

Visitor’s Business: None

 

Librarian’s Report:

Paulita has sent a written librarian’s report. She was very excited about the chickens hatching in the children’s room. The public really enjoyed it, too.

 

Jim wonders about the painting of the building. Therese has it on the “to do” list for this year. The town will fix the dirt and holes in the back yard when they move the shed.

 

Nancy wonders if the board wants to do a book sale on June 20th during the town wide garage sales. Complicating the issue is the fact that we need to empty out the shed before it can be moved. Nancy has received an email from a woman, Rene, who has taken our left over book sale books in the past. The board decides not to do the sale this year, to give the books to Rene, and to have Nancy select good books for sale at the town wide sale next year.

 

Nancy has changed email programs and forgot to include Victor in the new email group for the board. She will ask him if he would like to keep coming to meetings and apologize for the oversight.

 

Nancy got three used netbooks from Chris Whittaker, who gets them from Steve Jarvis, technology coordinator at Essex High School. When the school updates equipment Chris takes the old computers, cleans them up, and sells them for $40 each. They will help with our technology needs for the short term but Nancy still needs to think about long term technology planning.

 

Trivia is going well. Nancy and Cheri decided to ask for donations. Thus far the teams that win have all donated their winnings to the library. This has amounted to $40-$60 for the library, depending on the size of the crowd. Nancy has arranged to take one Tuesday off through the summer. She also has found some pre-composed questions online that are working well. She has enough of these questions for a year of trivia. She is feeling relieved and happy about the future of trivia.

 

Nancy has been thinking about the future of public libraries. It gets clearer each day that we cannot rely on the circulation of materials to keep us relevant. She does believe that preschool use of the library, collections and programs, will continue to be important. We probably need to begin to position the library as more of a community meeting place. We should encourage people to schedule events and meetings at the library. The board needs a clear picture of what the community wants from the library. We will spend June and July board meeting talking about some survey questions that might elicit the information we need going forward. These questions can be included in the fall fund raising letter.

 

Treasurer’s Report: It looks like the budget is a bit overspent but Nancy is confident that we can make it right by the end of the fiscal year.

 

Old Business:

Nancy will have a final tally of plant sale income tomorrow, when she gets an invoice from Pine Tree Gardens. She estimates net income of around $1000.00. She only returned nine shrubs to Cobble Creek.

 

Caroline is a bit concerned about the feasibility of a play next year but we will keep talking about it.

 

New Business:

Following up on the idea of using the library for community space Jim reports that the Bristol 1st Sunday salon group is looking for a new venue for programs if they decide to continue the program. Library board members are enthusiastic about the opportunity. Jim will talk to the group when they meet later this month.

 

There is also enthusiasm for a film series at the library.

 

Adjournment: Meeting adjourned at 8:30




Lawrence Memorial Board of Trustees

Meeting Minutes

September 17, 2014

Attending:

Board Members:  Caroline Engvall, Jill Mackler, Mary Yates.

 

Staff:  Nancy Wilson

 

Visitors: Victor Hinojosa

 

Jill moved to accept the minutes from the July meeting, Mary seconded. Passed unanimously.

 

Visitor’s Business: Victor mentioned that the re-barcoding is completed downstairs.

Victor has arranged with Jim Guire, at Vermont Folk Rockers, to have a pine rocking chair donated to the library. Jim will place a plaque on the chair indicating that it belongs to the library. They may deliver it as soon as Friday, depending on their schedules.

 

Librarian’s Report:

Nancy has submitted a written librarian’s report. She has returned inspired and energized from the ARSL conference in Tacoma.

 

Missy Atkins will begin cleaning the library this Friday. Nancy has given Ginger and Bruce notice.

 

Nancy is happy that she has an appointment with Julie Merritt, Reach-Up coordinator, and a likely worker tomorrow. With her regular work, the fundraising letter, and the re-barcoding she could really use the help!

 

Treasurer’s Report:

The budget looks good.

 

Investments look great. Nancy will call Bev to see if she wants to come to the October meeting.

 

We will continue to look for a new bookkeeper.

 

The balance in the grants account is $5,900.00. $300 of this is reserved for OWLP materials.

 

Old Business:

Mary, Jill, and Caroline will go furniture shopping on Friday.

 

Jim’s letter is fantastic! The board suggests a few minor changes. Nancy will get it to Kimball’s to have it printed. She will let the board know when the letters need to be stamped, stuffed, and sealed.

Jim has also shared a list of jobs, some potential people to fill them, and a schedule for the play. We need more people. Nancy will ask around. Board members should do the same.

 

Randy Gorton has done an amazing job fixing the stairs.

 

Nancy will post the warning and library meeting agenda on the town office bulletin board.

 

Caroline is curious about fundraising. Because we have not done the book sale this year will we need to do another fundraiser. The board agrees to wait until after the letter is sent and money comes in for that before making any decision on additional fundraisers. Victor suggests a macaroni and cheese bake-off…yummy!

 

New Business: Nancy has resurrected the idea of small free libraries. These are little “houses” full of books, free for the taking, at locations around town. She saw them in Seattle. When she returned she posted some pictures on Facebook and received lots of interest. Victor had the brilliant idea of doing the little libraries as an Eagle Scout project. He is going through the process to see if it is possible for him to build some this fall. Nancy would like one in front of the library, one on the corner in front of Jim and Diana’s because of the foot traffic on the way to hike the ledges, and one other location in town. Victor wants to do them in other towns as well.

 

Adjournment:

Meeting adjourned at 8:30. The next meeting will be Wednesday October 15th at 7:00 the library.

 

 

 

Agenda for the next meeting (October 15, 2014)

 

1.      Review Agenda

2.      Visitor’s business

3.      Review of and acceptance of meeting minutes

4.      Victor’s Report

Bev Knight?

5.      Librarian’s report

6.      Treasurer’s Report

7.      Old Business

8.      New business

9.    Summary

10.   Next meeting date

 

 



Lawrence Memorial Board of Trustees

Meeting Minutes

June 18, 2014

Attending:

Board Members: Caroline Engvall, Jim Stapleton, Jill Mackler, Moira Garrity, Mary Yates.

 

Staff:  Nancy Wilson

 

Visitors: Victor Hinojosa

 

Visitor’s Business: Victor reports that he helped to move the children’s DVDs to a more prominent location. Marita plans to add a bench to the children’s room for more seating.

 

Minutes from the previous meeting are accepted by consensus, as amended to clarify the partnership between the library and the Gateway players.

 

Librarian’s Report:

Nancy has submitted a written librarian’s report. She will be attending the Association of Rural and Small Libraries (ARSL) conference in Tacoma at the beginning of September thanks to a $1400.00 grant from the Department of Libraries. 

 

Treasurer’s Report:

The budget looks good.

 

Caroline went to the bank to get a debit card associated with the grants account. It has arrived. She was told by Kareen at the bank that we need to update our signers on the bank accounts.

 

We need three general signers, these will be:

            Jim Stapleton

            Caroline Engvall

            Mary Yates

We also need three payroll signers, these will be:

            Mary Yates

            Caroline Engvall

            Moira Garrity

Jim motions to authorize the board members listed to be signers on our accounts. Moira seconded. Passed unanimously.

 

Old Business:

The board decides to go with Shaw brand carpet in the dried sage color. Nancy will call Lacey’s tomorrow. There is some talk about the lighter color showing the dirt more. Library staff will vacuum more frequently, Nancy wonders if the board shouldn’t set aside, say, $1000.00 for capital improvements each budget year in a special account for things like carpet replacement, new stair treads, etc. We should remember this next budget year.

 

Victor and Moira have come with some furniture suggestions. The consensus is that shopping for furniture online is a headache. It is decided to take a trip to Shelburne Road furniture stores to see what can be found. Jill, Caroline, and Mary will go. We need six stools 24’-26’ high, with padded seats and plain backs. They should be edgy but not too modern. Nancy wants those soon because people cannot use the computer room now without chairs. We also need three club chairs, sturdy and comfortable, leather would be nice—no upholstery, which gets dirty and smelly. Victor has a connection with Vermont Folk Rockers. He will see if they can donate, or even lend indefinitely, a rocking chair to us. Nancy will measure the space where the furniture will go. It is decided by consensus to budget $5000.00 for furniture.

 

The plant sale grossed $1626 with expenses totaling $866 for a net profit of $760. Next year we need something small for kids to buy for their mothers. Perhaps we can get a flat of annuals and plant them in small, interesting containers. Jill will keep an eye out while garage saleing for teacups and other cool planters.

 

Jim doesn’t have much news about the partnership with the Gateway players but Alice Leeds has agreed to help him with a library fundraising production. Thank you Alice!

 

New Business: Jim has heard about some changes to the Vermont Open Meeting Law.

We should start warning our meetings. It is the secretary’s job to do so. Nancy suggests that Jim make a permanent warning to go on the bulletin board of the town clerk’s office. It is posted on main page of the website. This may satisfy our obligation to warn our meetings. Jim and Moira will take a closer look at the law.

 

Adjournment:

Meeting adjourned at 8:30. The next meeting will be Wednesday July 23rd at 7:00 the library.






On April 22, 2011 the Vermont House recognized our library and its service to the Bristol community for the past 100 years. See a copy of the special resolution (this is a large file and may take time to load).
 



 

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