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April 18th - Healy Virtual Food Bank Discussion 1:30-3:30pm

posted Apr 7, 2020, 8:01 PM by Vanessa W Stone


Details
Libraries are more than a building full of books. They are a community space, a community advocate, and a safe environment for ideas. Join us for a conversation about a potential food bank in the Healy area.

The conversation
- is an open format discussion
- brings together key players that can provide insight, contribute support, and/or address concerns.
- raises awareness and engagement in the community
- is open to the public
- and will stimulate action and plan development.

We are lucky to have so many organizations and people with diverse interests and skills in Healy. I know all of our minds are elsewhere with the pandemic, but it is a great time to remember that many in our community cannot make it to the store to stock up, because they are having trouble affording food regardless of world issues. And there are many who will be economically affected by this crisis who may find themselves unable to provide basic necessities.

If we all pitch in and work together we can better meet this important need year round. One of the best things about living in a small town is the generosity of neighbors. Let’s exemplify that character in this trying time.

Members of the Fairbanks Food Bank and the Foraker Group will join us in this discussion and offer advice for both the initiation and long-term success of establishing a food bank in Healy.

The conversation will be held virtually on April 18th @ 1:30pm via Zoom. A link will be posted before the event

The goal of our conversation will be to discuss the following as it relates to Healy.
1. The need for a food bank?
2. What do we have already and what do we need to support a food bank?
land, building, food, volunteers, legal, financial, etc..?
3. Who can help provide these needs?

If there is a specific subtopic that you would like to add and/or a key player that you feel needs to be involved in this conversation, please let the Library know. All are welcome so please share this with anyone who would be interested in joining us.

Please let me know if you have any questions, concerns, or ideas. Please also RSVP yes, no, or maybe by April 7th, so that we know who will be participating.
Looking forward to a fruitful and productive conversation.
Please reach out to me now if you currently need assistance with food or resources. The Library can coordinate assistance with Neighbor To Neighbor for you and your family.

November & December Events!

posted Nov 25, 2019, 1:45 PM by Tri-Valley Community Library










Artisan Faire & Winter Farmers' Market

posted Oct 16, 2019, 3:07 PM by Tri-Valley Community Library

Reserve a booth for $10 by Friday, November 1st
* Live Music
* Local Artwork
* Homemade Food
* Handcrafted Items
* Quilting, Painting, Jewelry, and More!

Website: www.tvclibrary.org
Email: tvcl.director@gmail.com
Phone: (907) 683-2507

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posted Aug 13, 2019, 9:02 PM by Vanessa W Stone


Summer Reading Program!

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posted Apr 19, 2019, 1:39 PM by Vanessa W Stone   [ updated Apr 19, 2019, 1:40 PM ]


Soup-Luck & Business Expo!

posted Mar 29, 2019, 1:04 PM by Tri-Valley Community Library

To:          Denali Borough Community Businesses and Organizations

From:    Denali Chamber of Commerce & Tri-Valley Community Library

RE:          National Library Week  “Libraries =Strong Communities"

National Library Week is happening soon; this year the theme is “Libraries = Strong Communities.”  To celebrate National Library Week and to honor our strong communities in the Denali Borough, on Saturday, April 13, 2019, from 5pm-7pm, the Denali Chamber of Commerce and the Tri-Valley Community Library will be hosting a Community Soup-Luck at the Healy Library that will spotlight our many businesses, clubs and organizations.  We are inviting you to host a booth that displays information about your members/employees and the goals of your organization or business. We hope to provide a fun opportunity for community members and library patrons to taste some delicious soup and meet the many strong leaders of our community!

As a participant you would provide the following at your booth:

  1. Pictures/Portraits of the members or prominent employees in your organization (or an Org Chart)
  2. A list of each member’s favorite book from 2018 with a short explanation (the above picture can even include the book!)
  3. Organization/Business Information, Mission and Goals
  4. A pot of soup with the recipe to share

The chamber and library will provide silverware, bowls, drinks and desserts.  Please be at the Healy library between 3:30 – 4:30pm to setup.

Respond to the Library Board email tvcl.board@gmail.com or P.O. Box 518 before Friday, April 5th, and let us know if you want to participate!


Sincerely,

Vanessa W. Stone         
TVCL Board President

Tri-Valley Community Library Board Members & Staff:
Vanessa W. Stone (president), Terra Talerico (vice president / treasurer), Sarah Hayes (secretary),David Arnold (member at large), Ticee Graham (Library Director), Kathy Mattila (Bookkeeper)

Denali Chamber of Commerce Board Members & Staff:
Dee Dee O'Brien (president), Jordan Heckley (vice president), Kevin Lundeberg (secretary), Carrie Skinner (treasurer), Rachel Carlson, Coin Henderson, Teresa Floberg, Buzzy Chiu, Kyle Davis (members at large), Vanessa Jusczak (Chamber Director), Travis Jones (Event Coordinator)

TECH ASSISTANCE

posted Mar 21, 2019, 3:59 PM by Tri-Valley Community Library

Tech Help & Used Computer Sale, this Sunday, March 24, 1-3pm. Unsure about how to use your device? Drop by the Library and get help from the Tri-Valley High School Tech Students.


❄️Winterfest 2019

posted Jan 6, 2019, 9:56 PM by Tri-Valley Community Library   [ updated Jan 6, 2019, 9:58 PM ]

You are invited to come and celebrate Alaska’s longest season at the 19th-annual Denali Winterfest 
February 22-24, 2019! This community-wide event features a variety of activities, with something for all ages, interests, and abilities. 

Denali Winterfest is organized and supported by the National Park Service, Denali Borough and Denali Borough School District, Denali Education Center, Doyon/Aramark Joint Venture, Alaska Geographic, and additional community organizations.

Mystery Theater!

posted Oct 4, 2018, 1:53 PM by Tri-Valley Community Library


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