KIM PRIEST, DIRECTOR wishes to announce the new Mary Cotton Library Board of Trustees for 2019-2020 whose purpose is to help the library and our community thrive in an ever-changing world. These people have been chosen for their imagination, dedication and vision for this library. Their voluntary service efforts will allow the Mary Cotton Library to continue to fulfill its mission–“to provide access to quality information and resources to all patrons who desire to use our services.”
President: Brent Scott
V. President: Von Lauer
Co-Secretaries: Linda Orton Hopp & Kim Aberle
Treasurer: Shana Aberle
MIRANDA YOUNG LIVENGOOD
Kim Priest, Director
Katie Hervey Donna Klein
Kathie Tramp Mikayla Deters
Brianna Hermesch Heather Burdick
Anna Scott Jan Weber
Erin Yoder, Story time coordinator
Here are some Apps you can check out!!
Look for this link on the right hand side of this page. MCPL is partnering with Glassdoor, one of the 4th largest job-sites in the US where job seekers can look through 8 million company reviews, salaries, and interview information on over 400,000 companies — all submitted by actual employees — and search through over 22 million open job postings. As part of their Library Partnership Program, it provides our patrons unlimited access to all of those career resources at no charge to the library with a free Glassdoor link on this webpage. This will allow full access without having to create an account or provide any information. Or copy and paste this link into the search bar
Are you preparing to take the Kansas Driver’s Test and would like a little practice ……..Mary Cotton Library has partnered with Driving-Tests.org to provide FREE ONLINE DMV permit practice tests for both car and motorcycle.
http://mcpl.driving-tests.org/ Click on the link to take you to the page where you will find the practice tests. Similar questions to the Kansas Driver’s Permit tests are available to prepare and test yourself.
In addition, the site provides information on test locations what to take to the test site and how to renew your Kansas Driver’s license.
The official Kansas Driver Handbook is also available for downloading and can be printed for offline reading and study.