Paul Ayutoliya writes:
On 1st October 2019, CESRUD/FAVL Ghana community libraries staff held it’s end of month (September) meeting at the Sumbrungu Community Library. We discussed happenings in the community libraries from the previous months, what went right in the respective libraries and what needed to be improved upon. As chair of the meeting, I used the opportunity to thanked librarians for their good effort during the Vacation Reading Classes. All the librarians did well during the reading classes. We are hoping for same commitment when other reading programs are organized. I encouraged all to also read ourselves as we encourage others to read. At least one story book a day, one novel a month. This will helped us improve upon the way we communicate as leaders of our respective community libraries. The librarians contributing to the meeting mentioned of a number of reading activities they were able to undertake during the month such as organizing group reading, games, visit to schools among others.
We are all reading one novel this month titled The Flying Ostrich by Diana Bamfort McBagonluri, we will be meeting to discuss one in while and we let you know our views on it.