My first choice is the "This library has real growth potential" by Dawn Hankins. Great article with some exciting news but in case you don't have a chance to read it, contact Lis Ann Morehart about a seed swap coming up. Lis Ann is the "children's librarian" but it sounds like she has some great information to share for adults as well.
Interested in essential oils? There is something in the works. Or how about herbs? Check out "Adventures with Herbs", going "a little deeper into the herbal world by teaching patrons of all ages about proper foraging techniques and the best medicinal herbs. Check the dates, they are coming up soon!
Lis Ann also has a blog with some interesting "reads", but you'll have to check out the article to get the link, or write to me. I don't want to distract you.
Then there is this, "Student has a dream to create -- and teach" I like this for two reasons. It promotes the fact that we have some really talented folk in Bedford County AND many of them are up and coming young people. Once again by Dawn Hankins, it is apparently the start of a new series featuring art education in Bedford County and "students with aspirations of future careers in the visual arts, drama and music"
Jesus (pronounced hay-ZOOS) Fernandez