Welcome, Caitlin! So great to have you part of the centers!
Director of Programs
Maine Humanities Council / Harriet P. Henry Center for the Book
674 Brighton Avenue
Portland, Maine 04102
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On 8/14/18, 12:04 PM, "Center for the Book state centers communication on
behalf of Caitlin Patton" <[log in to unmask] on behalf of
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>I wanted to jump in introduce myself. I am Caitlin Stanley the Program and
>Grants Manager for the North Carolina Humanities Council.
>The Council recently became the home of the NC Center for the Book (you
>see the press release here:
>I wanted to clarify that NC Center for the Book does participate in LAL,
>well as running several other programs. I'm excited to learn more from the
>other state centers.
>I am excited to meet you all soon in DC!
>Caitlin Patton Stanley
>Program and Grants Manager
>North Carolina Humanities Council
>320 East 9th Street, Suite 414 | Charlotte, NC 28202
>704-687-1521 (direct) | 704-687-1520 (main)
>704-687-1550 (fax) | www.nchumanities.org
>From: Center for the Book state centers communication
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>Sent: Wednesday, August 08, 2018 10:17 PM
>To: [log in to unmask]
>Subject: Re: NBF CFB Meeting Side for Non LAL States
>Perhaps you may want to contact state centers in LAL "non-participating"
>states.. Those are -- according to the memo we received a couple of weeks
>ago -- ID, KY, NC, OR, KS, DE, SD, PR and -- we learned last week --
>CO. (Josephine from CO won't be at NBF, though. Someone else from her
>staff is coming instead.) BTW -- I was surprised to see NC on the list
>because I recall Frannie Ashburn (director pre-Molly Westmoreland) was a
>huge promoter of the program., and I think I thought Molly was, as well.
>Sharon Shaloo, Executive Director
>Massachusetts Center for the Book
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>Our Commonwealth Is Reading!
>On Wed, 8 Aug 2018 17:03:09 -0700, "Julianna Robbins (CalBook)" wrote:
>After hearing that the bulk of our meeting before the National Book
>would be dedicated to Letters About Literature, I am ust wondering if any
>other states/orgs that do NOT participate in Letters About Literature
>through their CFB would like to have a sidebar conversation or meeting on
>relevant topic. I know CA canšt be the only one!
>California Center for the Book
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