Vol. 44 No. 6 • June 2011
New historical society website ......2
Get on the Bus Reader’s Advisory winners ...................4
WYLDCat Members Business Meeting changes in 2011 ....5
WYLD Wednes- days continue. Be sure to learn more about the changes in store for WYLD eAudiobooks on June 22nd from 9 to 10 a.m.
All submissions to the Outrider are due the last day of the pre- ceding month for each issue. The Outrider dead- line for the July issue is 5 p.m., June 30. Send all submissions to Tina Lyles at tina. email@example.com
Robin Levin, the librarian at the Fort
Washakie School and Community Library recently received a Golden Apple Award from the Arch Coal Foundation.
“Golden Apple recipients rank among the top scorers in the Arch Coal teacher recogni- tion program, second only to recipients of the Arch Coal Teacher Achievement Award, the foundation’s highest honor,” Arch Coal Inc. vice president Greg Schaefer said in a press release.
State librarian Lesley Boughton nominated
Washakie School and Community Center Librarian Robin Levin
Fort Washakie School and Community Librarian, Robin Levin received the Arch Coal Golden Apple Award this year.
Levin for the award. Levin then had to com- plete an application that included a letters of recommendation and essays on topics includ- ing her philosophy of education. Levin was not recognized by the Arch Coal
Teacher Achievement Award, but was recog- nized in the second round of awards. Eight to ten Wyoming teachers receive the Golden Apple Award each year. Levin is the first Wyoming librarian to be recognized by the Arch Coal Foundation.
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