Wednesday, December 15, 2010
SinC Extends Library Grants through 2011
We Love... The Lenox Township Library
The Lenox Township Library in New Haven, Mich., is the November 2010 winner of the Sisters in Crime (SinC) "We Love Libraries" funding.
The library will receive a check in the amount of $1,000 to be used for book purchases.
More Library Funding for 2011
The monthly SinC library lottery was expanded recently to continue to provide $1,000 grants for book purchases each month throughout calendar year 2011.
SinC members are encouraged to make sure the libraries in their areas know about -- and enter -- the "We Love Libraries" lottery program.
Libraries may participate by completing the online entry form at www.sistersincrime.org and uploading a photo of one or more staff members with three books in the library's collection written by Sisters in Crime members. A list of SinC author members can be found by clicking here.
A winner will be selected in a random drawing at the end of each month from the entries submitted online. Libraries must be located within the United States to be eligible to participate in the grant program.
The “We Love Libraries!” Program
Since January 2010, the monthly Sisters in Crime “We Love Libraries!” lottery has awarded $1,000 to a total of 11 libraries located throughout the U.S.
The previous “We Love Libraries!” winners include: the Kingstowne Branch of the Fairfax County (Va.) Public Library in Alexandria, Va. (January 2010); the Kraemer Family Library, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, Co. (February 2010); Pineville-Bell County Library in Pineville, Ky. (March 2010); Cresco Public Library in Cresco, Ia. (April 2010); the Seminole County Public Library in Casselberry, Fl. (May 2010); the Bartram Trail Regional Library in Washington, Ga. (June 2010); the Newton Falls Public Library in Newton Falls, Oh. (July 2010); the St. Joseph Township-Swearingen Memorial Library in St. Joseph, Ill. (August 2010), the Yuma County Library District in Yuma, Az. (September 2010) and the Cary Memorial Library in Lexington, Mass. (October 2010).