HCL OFFICIALLY WITHDRAWN
“Welcome to the Hennepin County Library Officially Withdrawn website.”
Looking for a good book? Try one of these: 2017 Books or 2016 Books, read and recommended by OW members.
To view pictures from the September 2014 meeting click here.
PERA — A Link to the Public Employees Retirement Association of MN website and to the Member Newsletter webpage.
You can also view these recordings on the Robert H. Rohlf — Facebook Page or on youtube.
Photo taken in Linden Hills, just down the street from the Linden Hills Public Library!
Little free libraries have sprung up all over the world in the last five years.
Little Free Libraries are everywhere!
Big and Little Literature lovers gather for little libraries — July 2015 MNMO Stepping Out.
Rosenblum: It takes little to keep our Little Free Libraries magical
Gretchen Wronka — Finding my father Loren whose plane crashed in Italy on April 21, 1945 and Loss-learning-and-love-a-fathers-day-story.
Robert H. Rohlf former Director of HCL and Tech Logic’s Founder. Talks about how Tech Logic evolved.
Michael McConnell — The interesting life of Mike McConnell and Jack Baker as reported in the Tie the Knot and the New York Times Sunday Edition. and in the Mpls Star Tribune. October 26, 2015, Mpls Star Tribune article: U gets trove of papers from marriage fight Couple who filed historic case mend fences, donate files to U collection.
David Ingham — Mission is to visit every county in the state of Minnesota and take pictures along the way MN Counties.
Glenn Peterson — Has developed a web page called Engaged Patrons.org as a service to smaller library systems.
David Smith — Contributed to the development of the City of Hopkins entry to the on-line Wikipedia Encyclopedia.
“Idle hands are not a problem for Vicki Oeljen”
Needlers Work Room
Bench covering is one of the smaller projects done by the group.
The Needlers have been doing Crewel Embroidery (special yarn is used) projects for the last 40 years. What have they been busy embroidering? Besides a few small items that can be found in various places in the church they have completed 4 (four) wall hangings each of which are 25 feet wide by 16 ½ feet high at their highest point. The wall hangings are exchanged four times a year.
Click here to see the process and how everything has evolved over the years. If you have the good fortune to be able to visit the Church you must go into the “Guild Hall” to see one of these wonderful wall hangings.
HCL Officially Withdrawn