Submit your contest entries now for
the annual Woman's Day/ALA essay
What has your library done for you lately? Woman's Day magazine wants to know.
Is there something special about your public library? Has it made a difference in your life and in the lives of your neighbors? Tell Woman's Day in an essay of 700 words or less, and you and your story could be chosen as one of up to four winners to be featured online or in an upcoming issue of Woman's Day magazine.
From now through May 9, women ages 18 and up are invited to enter the contest by sending their stories to firstname.lastname@example.org. Complete rules and additional information is available at www.womansday.com/ala.
Last year Woman's Day asked readers how their public library helped them save money. Four women and their contest winning essays are featured in this Woman's Day article. Read to find out how each of these women discovered more than free books within the walls of her local library branch.
For men and those under age 18
There's no need to feel left out. Did you know that Lincoln City Libraries has its very own Your Library Stories page where customers can share their stories and experiences? Click here or on the link above to share your own story, or just to read what others have to say.
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