Cauli Le Chat

Cauli Le Chat
Cauli Le Chat, MPL Roving Reporter

Monday, August 22, 2011

Calling All Teens!

Tomorrow (Tuesday, August 23, 2011), from 6-7 p.m., my Library is calling all teens to its Teen Council Call-Out Meeting.  Our online calendar has the details, and thanks to copy-and-paste technology, so now do you.

Teen Council Call Out Meeting

Event Type: Teen Council
Date: 8/23/2011
Start Time: 6:00 PM
End Time: 7:00 PM

Description:
 This meeting is for teens who are interested in Teen Council whether they have been in Teen Council in the past. If you want to know more about Teen Council, you should come to this meeting. We will also be announcing the Fall Programs and any announcements at this meeting!

Location: Children's Program Area (Phone Library to Reserve)
Contact: Meghan Adams
Contact Number: 317-831-7323
Presenter: Meghan Adams
Status: Openings




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Interested teens should join MPL Teen Council.  You get to write grants, plan events, recommend acquisitions, propose programs, and--this is THE most important aspect of the deal--eat pizza.  Often.  In enormous quantities.

I have a few suggestions for the new Teen Council to chew upon:
  • There need to be more teen-oriented activities showcasing moi, such as my own graphic novel, music for my theme song, a Cauli Le Chat video, etc., etc.  (This list is almost endless.)
  • Teen Council needs to make more library videos, including book trailers, program trailers, and promo trailers, for the MPL YouTube Channel.
  • They need to save me some pizza.  Extra anchovies, if you please.



Sausage and Pepperoni Are Also Welcome,

Cauli Le Chat
MPL Roving Reporter
Young Adult News Beat




P.S.  Teenager songs have been written for as long as teenagers have been purchasing records or CDs or whatever technological device is being used to sell music.  But there are only a few songs about the positive influence teenagers and twenty-somethings can contribute to society.  One of my favorites is "For Pete's Sake," recorded by The Monkees on the Headquarters album (1967), and written by Peter Tork and Joseph Richards. Peter, of course, was a member of the Prefab Four, and this was the first song he wrote for the group.




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