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Rene L. Greenleaf

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Hammond Area Career Center

HQ Phone:  (219) 933-2400

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Hammond Area Career Center

5727 Sohl Avenue

Hammond, Indiana,46320

United States

Company Description

Although HEF is a separate entity, the HEF Board works closely with the School City administration to provide opportunities not otherwise available through the regular school budget. For links to individual schools, please go to the SCH web site. HEF is a ch...more

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www.nwitimes.com

Rene Greenleaf, director of the Hammond Public Library, tells tour participants the story of Ophelia A. Steen on Sunday as they take a tour through Concordia Cemetery.


www.nwitimes.com

Rene Greenleaf, the Hammond library director, declined comment.


indianablacklibrarians.org

Present: Rene Greenleaf (Hammond Public Library), Jos Holman (Tippecanoe County Public Library), Marcia Smith-Woodard (Indiana State Library), DeLoice Holliday (Indiana University), Roddretta Waxton (Lake County Public Library), Chanitra Bishop (Indiana University), James Wallace (SLIS Student), Michele Fenton (Indiana State Library), Edi Campbell (Arlington High School), Michelle Dartis (SLIS Student), Pearlie Eatman (East Chicago Public Library, Retired), Vicki Kirksey (SLIS Student), Connie Scott (Indiana Tech University).
Rene moved for the treasurer's report to be accepted. Rene talked about Ning. Rene said she'd be happy to accommodate a future meeting. Rene said it would be difficult in these trying economic times; directors may be reluctant to let their staff go during the week. Rene also said that staff may be more inclined if LEU's were offered. Rene also said that ALA is backing the certification. Rene and Pearlie said that you can take those LEU's with you if you leave. Rene said she goes around to her staff and makes them aware of IBLN, so that they may consider going.


www.indianablacklibrarians.org [cached]

Present: Rene Greenleaf (Hammond Public Library), Jos Holman (Tippecanoe County Public Library), Marcia Smith-Woodard (Indiana State Library), DeLoice Holliday (Indiana University), Roddretta Waxton (Lake County Public Library), Chanitra Bishop (Indiana University), James Wallace (SLIS Student), Michele Fenton (Indiana State Library), Edi Campbell (Arlington High School), Michelle Dartis (SLIS Student), Pearlie Eatman (East Chicago Public Library, Retired), Vicki Kirksey (SLIS Student), Connie Scott (Indiana Tech University).
Rene moved for the treasurer,s report to be accepted. Rene talked about Ning. Rene said she'd be happy to accommodate a future meeting. Rene said it would be difficult in these trying economic times; directors may be reluctant to let their staff go during the week. Rene also said that staff may be more inclined if LEU,s were offered. Rene also said that ALA is backing the certification. Rene and Pearlie said that you can take those LEU,s with you if you leave. Rene said she goes around to her staff and makes them aware of IBLN, so that they may consider going.


www.indianablacklibrarians.org [cached]

Rene Greenleaf of Hammond Public Library has said that she could host a meeting if needed.


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