Thursday, November 12, 2009
Green quilters and distance learning
I was eager to see how this program worked. We gathered at the northeast Kansas library office in Lawrence, one of 17 sites around the state with enhanced library meeting rooms. We assembled our show-and-tell items in front of what looked like a big screen TV.
At 10 a.m. we started talking to (all in Kansas) quilters in Sublette, Dighton, Dodge City, Colby and Coffey County public libraries. On our screen was the image of a room full of students (grades 5 through high school) in Wellington (and perhaps one more school participated).
Hats off to the library system in Kansas for having such a swell learning program in place. This was a special distance learning WEEK, focusing on recycling ideas. And a special hello to the kids in Wellington!
Posted by Deb Rowden at 12:10 PM
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What a great idea! Hello to all the Kaw Valley quilters...KatheReplyDelete
come home soon! we miss you!ReplyDelete
Deb, thank you to you and your fellow quilters for participating in distance learning week.ReplyDelete
We enjoyed you ladies soooo.... much! thanks for having patience with the kids questions.ReplyDelete
Thanks again, The Kids In Wellington!