Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Our 2013 Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon
This being National Volunteer Appreciation Week, Programma Mama and Boss Lady, along with assembled staff (e.g., Bizmeister, Fancy Nancy [i.e., Hamburglar], CircMaster, Office Meister, Technigal), hosted our many talented volunteers at our annual volunteer appreciation luncheon.
Although I was mentioned in the slideshow, there was no place setting for moi. I suppose, being an outdoor freedom feline (and official MPL roving reporter), I was expected to cover the event for my blog rather than be fed. Well, I've got my special exterior hangout for my chow.
My minions snapped a few photos.
It looked like a great meal. Did anybody save moi a take-home bag? Just asking.
Your Roving Reporter On The Go,
Cauli Le Chat
P.S. Three library volunteers composed the folk tune "Old Settlers" (2010) as the unofficial theme song for Mooresville, Indiana. The music was composed by the library's composer, whom I call the Music Man; the lyrics were written by the Lady With the Red Hair and Scowl-Face, who also works at the library (having survived "firement," as Tober the Library Cat would say, by forgetting MY appreciation day a couple of months ago).