November 2022 Newsletter

ADULT TOPIC: Advance Directives On Thursday, November 3 at 10 AM learn what Advance Directives are from Tina Pine, the Social Services Director at Good Shepherd Home. She has had about 38 years of experience in this profession, and will explain how certain legal documents can be useful in your life, such as wills and power of attorney forms. If you have any questions about this program or upcoming ones similar to it, please contact Linda Gutierrez, Business Development Liaison for Ohio Living Hospice and Palliative Care, at 419-327-7832. ATTITUDE OF GRATITUDE There will be a November Beanstack Challenge called Read Grateful 2022. You can do this challenge as a way to stay motivated to read, and/or you can use it as a reminder of things you are thankful for. Do you think you can read 20 hours in one month? Do you think you can do some easy gratitude activities? Whether you think it’s possible or not, the point is to challenge yourself. And if you have nothing to read, one of the activity badges lists some contemporary book recommendations (related to gratitude). Check out the website or download the app today. ALZHEIMER’S PROGRAM The Alzheimer’s Association will be presenting an educational program on this progressive, and heartbreaking, disease Thursday, November 17 fr m 3-4 PM. Learn about the difference between Alzheimer’s and dementia, its impact, and the stages and risk factors. Current research and treatments will also be discussed, and resources from the Alzheimer’s Association will be shared. You can register for this program by calling 800-272-3900. And if you would like to know about more educational programs on this topic both online and nearby, you can visit alz.org/CRF. .. Kaubisch Memorial Public Library 205 Perry St. Fostoria, OH 44830 Ph. 419-435-2813 Hours: Monday-Thursday 9am-6pm Friday & Saturday 9am-2pm Website: fostoria.lib.oh.us Email (for general inquiries): kaubisch@seolibraries.org Social Media: @kaubischlibrary Beanstack: fostoria.beanstack.org LIBRARY HISTORY Back in 1914 the McClean Public Library (former name of Kaubisch Memorial) was formally opened on Wednesday, November 11 at its current location. That evening people were allowed in to see the new building from 6:30 to 10:00 PM. Through the significant donations of the Louise McClean estate and Andrew Carnegie, with an additional donation from the city council, the new building was created. Before the Perry Street location, the Fostoria Library was adjunct with the Fostoria High School, and it opened on Thanksgiving Day in 1892, which actually fell on the same day it is this year, the 24th.

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