Carol Hole Conference Attendance Award 2017

The Carol Hole Conference Attendance Award is given to three public library staff members working in outreach or bookmobile services to attend the Association of Bookmobile and Outreach Services (ABOS) annual conference.

Carol Combs Hole provided exemplary leadership on behalf of libraries, bookmobile and outreach services throughout her 32 year career as a professional public librarian. She retired from distinguished service to the Alachua County Library District on March 1, 2006 and died on October 1, 2007.

>>>Update: The ABOS Board approved the distribution of 5 awards for the 2017 Conference. (Announced 3/29/17).<<<

The three (3) travel awards include free registration for the conference and reimbursement up to $500 for travel and accommodations. Receipts must be submitted to receive reimbursement. The winners will automatically be registered for the conference. Award winners are not eligible to apply for the award again for five years.

This form needs to be submitted by July 31.

Carol Hole Conference Attendance Award winners will be notified by August 8 each year.

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