WHAT’S THIS ALL ABOUT?
Annually, in recognition of National Library Week, the Rochester Regional Library Council (RRLC) names three libraries – one public, one school, and one academic/special (that’s our category) — as “Library of the Year.”
HOW TO VOTE
Nominations for RRLC’s Library of the Year contest must come from you, our customers. (We, as library staff, are not eligible to participate. Go figure.)
Using the online form, it’s easy to select “UR Medical Center/Edward G. Miner Library” from the “Library Name” drop-down list. (We’re near the bottom.)
Next, explain why you “love your library.” We know you could go on and on for pages, but the form only allows for 300 words or less. How many words is that, you ask? Well, this entire article is about 180 words.
We’re told that the total number of votes don’t matter as much as the sentiments expressed.
Our fate is in your hands.