What’s New with the Corporation
Find out the latest news on Howe Library Corporation happenings.
DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR POSITION
The Howe Library Corporation seeks a Development Coordinator to provide support for key activities that generate funds for the Howe Library. The position includes clerical, analytical, communications, research, project management, and data management activities and ensures a timely, efficient, productive, and positive donor experience. The Howe Library Corporation is a non-profit organization whose mission is to galvanize community support to enhance the Howe Library facilities, programs, and collections beyond what can be expected from tax revenues from the Town of Hanover.
POSITION SUMMARY: This person will report directly to the Library Director and work collaboratively with the board. This is currently a part-time (20 hour per week) position. In addition to a competitive salary, the Corporation offers a flexible work schedule. SALARY RANGE: $25.00-$27.00 per hour.
View the full job description here.
The 2021 Virtual Howel Classic
March 1-21 - Tee up at Home and create your own mini-golf hole(s). Upload a video/photos of your play and be featured in a community video. Awards and prizes will be given to the most creative holes.
Support the Howe by donating or purchasing raffle tickets. Items like Cape Air tickets, Farmhouse Pottery, and a Storrs Pond membership have been generously donated by our in-kind sponsors.
March 27 - Tune in to see the community video and the announcement of the raffle and award winners
The Howe and Still North Present: Charles Wheelan: We Came, We Saw, We Left
Celebrate the release of Charles Wheelan's memoir and travelogue, We Came, We Saw, We Left on Wednesday, February 10 at 7:00 p.m. Charlie will be joined in conversation by Howe Library Corporation board member Keri Craft. This event is free and open to the public but requires registration.
Your Donation Makes a Difference at Howe Library
When you donate to the Howe Library Corporation you are supporting programs like those listed in this newsletter. You’re also backing the exciting initiatives that are being developed by our librarians during this pandemic, as well as funding access to additional downloadable resources. Thank you for supporting Howe Library during this challenging time. Click here to donate.
Howe are we doing?
Take a look at The Howe Library Corporation 2020 Annual Report, now available on our website and at our book pick-up location.
Exiting Board Members
Our heartfelt thanks go to our departing Board members: Jennifer Brown, Mary Donin, Rick Lemay, Bill Mlačak, and Rebecca Roebuck. Jennifer, Bill, and Rebecca each served six-year terms on the Board, with Jennifer playing a key role in Development and Finance, Bill completing three years as a dedicated and busy Vice Chair, and Rebecca guiding us as Chair for three years during a time of transition and change. All five Board members have been wonderful advocates for the Howe and we appreciate their hard work and dedication to the library.
Donors contribute more than $97,000 to Annual Fund!
Many thanks go to Howe Library supporters for donating $97,220 to the 2019-2020 Annual Appeal. The support of all 434 donors helps to sustain the quality of our programs and services and to develop new initiatives such as our newly introduced virtual programming. Donations will fund 100% of library programs and a portion of our operating expenses. We appreciate your generosity.
Annual Fund Drive Closes June 30 - Support the Howe
Your support of Howe Library means more now than ever. With your generous gift during this uncertain time, you are helping to keep people connected, encouraging them to explore new subjects, and giving others the opportunity to develop new passions. You are keeping our community vibrant and engaged! Our thanks go to those who have contributed to this year’s annual appeal, which ends June 30. It is your contributions that make the Howe such an amazing resource during this time. Please support Howe Library by making a donation today. CLICK HERE TO DONATE (The link is: https://thehowe.org/donate)
The Howel Classic 2020 & Our Generous Community
As most of you know, this year’s Howel Classic mini-golf event was cancelled due to the COVID-19 outbreak. This change of plans was disappointing to many attendees (especially our youngest fans), and as a non-profit we were concerned about the impact it would have on the money raised by this event. The Howe Library Corporation is happy to report that thanks to our generous supporters, we raised approximately $32,500 (net) - almost the same amount as the previous year!
We especially appreciate the continued backing of our Corporate Sponsors. (You’ll find a complete listing of the sponsors below.) We encourage you to frequent these businesses when it is feasible to do so. Many thanks to you all for supporting our programs and services during this challenging time!
Many thanks to our supporters and Howel Classic sponsors
As many of you know, the Howe Library Corporation’s 10th Annual Howel Mini-Golf Classic was one of many fundraising events cancelled in the Upper Valley as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Many of you may not realize, however, that nearly all of our ticket holders converted their purchases into donations and every one of our corporate sponsors chose to continue their financial support. (You’ll find a complete listing of the sponsors at the bottom of this email.) This made it possible for us to avoid revenue losses due to the cancellation of this event and reinforced our belief that residents of the Upper Valley are generous and open-hearted.
Our board members deeply appreciate the support of local businesses, community members, and Howe Library patrons. We hope that in this time of crisis the generosity and community spirit in the Upper Valley prevails and support will continue for local non-profits and local businesses.
The Howe Library Corporation
Ledyard Gallery – Seeking Installation Volunteers
Throughout the year the Ledyard Gallery highlights the work of area artists. We are looking for installation volunteers to help artists hang their work and take it down. The ability to work well with others is important. Experience hanging art shows and an eye for aesthetics are helpful but not required. The time commitment is a few hours every other month, on the first Thursday and/or Friday of the month. Please contact Michelle Schembri with your interest at: firstname.lastname@example.org