December 2006 Suggestions
234. Me and my friend wanted to play games on the computers and the librarian said there were no games upstairs.
We are sorry for the confusion. Patrons 14 years of age and older may use the computers upstairs, even for games. We will remind all staff.
235. The River Forest Library Bags available to borrow are great. My suggestion is SELL THEM. I want one.
Thank you. We will consider selling them.
236. I read that the library wanted input on their capital improvements via the web survey but find it very difficult to figure out how to respond – and I’m a fairly astute computer user. Is there a way to make this easier to get the feedback you want?
Thank you for bringing this to our attention – we have made the links easier to identify and added step by step directions regarding how to post to the blog.
237. Please ask the River Forest Public Works Department to clear the library’s parking area when they plow Lathrop.
We did bring this to their attention.
238. I see you discontinued Hoover Online-Darn! I had planned on really using it for new business initiatives. Plan to renew it? Hope so-maybe you need to publicize it more??
This resource changed its format and was no longer providing information that was being utilized by staff or patrons. Every year we review the databases we have to be sure we are providing what our patrons need and will use.
239. I am outraged and extremely dissatisfied with the price of copying in this library.
The cost of copying was raised to $.20 in order to continue to lease and maintain two public copy machines, one on each floor of the library.
240. One afternoon recently when I visited the library I heard a staff person screaming at the kids. I understand the kids were a little out of control, but NO ONE is going to scream at my children like that. I will leave you with that. I appreciate your time and hopefully can count on a resolution to this matter.
Thank you for bringing this to our attention. We are trying very hard to strike a balance between “normal teen/tween behavior” of the students who attend the ASK program and/or visit the library in general after school and the desire of other patrons that the library be a quiet place for reflection and study. All of the staff are working to remind the students of both the library patron behavior guidelines and the High Five Goals that are followed at Roosevelt.
Please be aware that this behavior is being monitored.
241. I often park in the back of the library when I can’t get into the parking lot. I don’t know if it’s the library or the park’s responsibility, but someone needs to take care of the sidewalk – that’s a lawsuit just waiting to happen. Thank you for your attention to this matter.
Yes, the snowstorm on Friday, December 1 was not properly cleared from the sidewalks by the Park District in a timely fashion. We did speak to them and it took several days for them to clear the then packed, icy walkway. They assure us this will not happen again.
242. I really appreciate getting these e-mail reminders because I am forever losing the receipts you supply at checkout.
We are so happy that you are pleased with the new e-mail courtesy notices.
243. The Library added so much to our lives in 2006. We consider it one of our favorite spots.
Thank you for your lovely comments. We are pleased to serve you.
November 2006 Suggestions
230. Thanks, services have been going well. I have everything I needed.
Thank you for your comment. We are pleased to serve you.
231. This comment was received regarding new e-mail Library Courtesy Notices: Not good perhaps for your revenue but great for your P.R. – very special addition to your services – thanks.
We are happy you like this new service.
232. I thank you so much for your unique kindness and support. I acknowledge your professionalism and great efficiency.
Thank you for the compliments.
233. I do not like the shades by the computers. They do not look open and inviting. Please only put down for morning sunlight. The design of our library is so important to the past, present and future of River Forest. Architect William Drummond’s drawings need to be preserved.
The shades by the computers are a temporary, inexpensive fix to the glare the morning sun creates for patrons using library computers. These shades are made of paper and are not able to be raised and lowered. This is one of many design issues that we have presented to Holabird & Root as we proceed with Capital Improvements to the facility. As we, the staff and Board of Trustees, look to the future we too are concerned with retaining the historic and architectural integrity of the library. A set of original William Drummond drawings of this building are in archival sleeves stored in a flat position.
October 2006 Suggestions
225. My son, Evan, and I drive 20 minutes to come to _____’s storytime on Thursdays. We started coming when he was 15 months old on Tuesdays and loved it and now come to the toddler one. It is an amazing program. We tried going to a closer storytime at a local library and he hated it because it was just not stimulating. _____ makes the classes so much fun for both kids and adults. Evan learned to say his alphabet through the ABC song and learned to play “Peek A Boo”.
Thank you for your comments. We are happy you enjoy the program.
226. Make aware that the ISBN # is inside the book, not to use the “store” scan bar. Bring back the card catalog please.
The instructions posted at the self checkout will be modified to make it more clear which barcode is to be used when checking out your items.
The card catalog has been replaced by the online SWAN catalog. The online catalog is a much faster, more efficient way to locate materials not only held by the River Forest Public Library, but also those of over 75 other area libraries. If you need help using the catalog or would like to attend an instructional session on catalog usage please feel free to ask staff for assistance.
227. Is it necessary to have the noise and confusion of after school babysitting? If they are studying, that is fine. But I saw a lot of running around.
We recognize that the noise and confusion levels at the library do increase after school. The staff is actively working to inform all patrons of the Patron Code of Conduct and enforce these basic behavioral guidelines during all hours of library operation. We have found there is a need for the ASK@the River Forest Library after school program in our community. Opening the meeting room and providing a structured program for the 5-8th graders, made possible by contributions from a variety of local organizations, individuals and businesses, helps maintain a more peaceful environment conducive to reading and studying in other areas of the library during after school hours.
228. There are children’s non fiction DVDs that are 23 minutes long. I think the rental cost should be reduced. There is so much junk for kids to watch that the educational videos should be more encouraged. (Ancient Civilizations for Children DVD series)
Fees are set by the River Forest Public Library Board of Trustees. Your comments will be shared with them.
229. I love books on CD, but your selection seems limited. Can I get a list that are available here and/or can be requested from other libraries?
We do not have a printed list of audiobooks. We currently own over 700 books on CD and over 600 books on tape. If there is a title or author you are interested in, you can limit your selections to books on CD in the SWAN online catalog.
September 2006 Suggestions
220. I am a resident of Oak Park. I frequent Oak Park libraries as well as the River Forest Public Library with my three children. My five year old was with me today and was interested in using a computer in the children’s department. All of the computers were available, but the librarian said he could not use it without a River Forest library card. I certainly agree that at busy times (after school or after storytime) when demand is high that River Forest residents should have priority with computer use. I felt odd telling my child that he could not use the computers even though they were all free. Perhaps in this instance the librarian could have merely entered a number. We have a few “guest” computers in the Oak Park Public Library’s children’s section that non-residents can use. (I know there is not enough room here for separate computers, and am not suggesting it). I feel strongly that there should be some change in policy and the librarians could take charge in a positive way.
We are investigating various methods by which we may provide computer access to non-residents.
221. These two books, Ghost World by Clowes and Strangers in Paradise by T. Moore, in my opinion, are definitely not teenage books. They have very adult situations.
Thank you for your comments. The appropriate library personnel have reviewed these two titles and have found the intended audience of both is older high school aged students and adults. The decision has been made to reclassify both items, moving them to the library’s adult graphic novel collection.
222. I would like to make a suggestion about book bags. I am a parent of three small kids who often walks or bikes to the Library with my children. I typically check out ten or more books from the Library and I have broken through the handles of your complimentary plastic bags on more than a few occasions. While at an appointment in Elmhurst recently, I learned about their system for bookbags and it sounded like something we should consider. Turns out Elmhurst has some number of zippered, handled, heavy canvas bookbags available at the checkout counter. They are marked with a barcode, so you borrow the bag just like you borrow a book. There are late fees and replacement fees if you keep it too long, so it can be a break-even or possibly a plus as far as revenue goes. The up-side of such a bag from the family’s perspective is that the bag can be loaded and unloaded through the course of reading a week’s worth of books without the books getting mixed up with the family’s own library collection. Also, the convenience of something that can travel back and forth to the library and is built to handle the large number of materials checked out by a family would be a gift in terms of comfort and efficiency. From the Library’s perspective, it seems penny wise but pound foolish to use plastic bags that can’t be reused. Once the handle breaks, they go straight to the landfill. This would be a much more environmentally and family-friendly solution. And, if the bags are of nice quality, they would look great bearing the Library logo and that would be good for keeping the Library in people’s minds around town. Thanks.
We will investigate this idea further. Thank you for the suggestion.
223. Thank you. I really appreciate the email courtesy notice reminders. Now maybe I can stop paying late fees.
Thank you for the feedback. We are glad you like the notices.
224. Please place a NEW label on large print books.
Thank you for the suggestion. We will begin placing NEW stickers on the new Large Print items.
August 2006 Suggestions
215. Are there any upcoming Friends booksales? The website has old info on it.
Thank you for bringing this to our attention. The Friends of the RFPL have a booksale every two years. We will update the information.
216. Please review pages 122-127 of The Fire Rose by Mercedes Lackey. This book is from the Teen section but I thought this section (and others like it) were too disturbing for a teen audience. The other libraries in Metrolink shelve Lackey’s books in Adult Fiction or Fantasy sections. Thanks!
Thank you for bringing this to our attention. The item has been reclassified as adult science fiction.
217. The selection of new books has been just excellent in terms of choice and variety. Thanks!
Thank you. We are glad our new acquisitions have met your needs.
218. Would it be possible to offer Beginner Computer Classes (6-8)? I would expect to pay for this service.
The River Forest Library will be offering database training starting this fall. Introductory computer classes are offered through Triton College and District 90. If you need help using the computers while in the library, feel free to ask the Reference staff for assistance.
219. Book Acquisition Suggestions
– Kingdom Coming by Michelle Goldberg, 2006
– Angel Series by Shin (Science Fiction)
Thank you for your suggestions. Kingdom Coming is on order and should be in the library shortly. The science fiction series you mention is from several years back (1996-2003) and out of print. However, several SWAN libraries own copies and we can easily have them sent here for you to check out. Please call the Adult Services reference desk to place a hold.
July 2006 Suggestions
209. This morning, 7/29, at 10 AM, the sun was glaring into my eyes while working at the 4 computers that are located at the East side of the 2nd floor. I had an idea that the library could install a black, see-thru panel to partially provide shade from the sun. The shade, which I have seen in some business windows, would help provide heat relief (it was very warm working there). I suggest that only the top row of panels be covered; then the clear aesthetics of the rest of the park can remain to be seen. Please do call me if this explanation is not perfectly clear. Thank you for your consideration.
The glare and loss of both heating and cooling at these windows and the skylights are two items we plan to discuss as we perform our space and usage analysis of both the first and second floor.
210. My son and I were in the River Forest Library on Saturday morning. He wanted to report his progress in the summer reading program and pick up a book for the following week. By the time we left, all we wanted was an apology and a great deal of distance between ourselves and your staff. My son asked the first employee he found if he could report his book. He was directed to an empty service desk. My ten year old son could figure out the problem with that and came back to me to ask what he should do. I suggested we start by looking for a book to fit the following week’s criteria. While we were browsing, another staff person appeared at the desk. My son went over to report his book, which went fine. In the meantime, I found a reference to a book I thought he would like, but I could not locate it on the shelves. He went back to the same staff person and asked for help finding the book. She gave a cursory inspection to the spinners, went to the online catalog to look up a similar title, walked around some more and then started helping someone else. Your staff simply abandoned my son and his request without so much as an apology for the unattainability of the book he wanted or an offer to help him find something else. Education, training and the vagaries of lost books aside, your staffer’s behavior to my son was inexcusable. This is basic civility, which is to be expected from the Director down to the Janitor. As a student at a private school in River Forest, my son was invited to join the RF summer program. He wanted to join the RF program rather than the one at our home library in Elmwood Park due to their expectation of twenty books read in six weeks. I don’t know if my son wants to return to the RF library, and I’m not certain if I want him to return. I do know that your staff should not be allowed to treat any patron, of any age, in the manner my son was treated.
First, let me apologize to both you and your son for the chain of unfavorable experiences you had at the River Forest Public Library on Saturday. Your son certainly did not receive the high level of customer service we strive to provide to all of our patrons no matter how old or young. After receiving your note, I investigated the situation to see how this occurred, so that we can learn from this and be sure necessary improvements are made. I would like to take a moment to assure both you and your son that all of the staff at the River Forest Public Library are continually being trained in providing a high level of customer service at all levels and in all departments. Sadly, what occurred Saturday was not our best performance. This has been discussed with all of the staff who were involved on Saturday and will be a topic of discussion at our Department Head meeting this afternoon. Thank you for bringing this situation to my attention, so that we can work to prevent this from happening again.
211. I would like to recommend the book “The Heart Has Reasons: Holocaust Rescuers and Their Stories of Courage” by Mark Klempner. I heard the author on a public radio interview and then found his website: http://www.hearthasreasons.com. I actually bought the book from Barnes & Noble because it wasn’t at River Forest, but it would be great to have it available for other readers.
Upon investigating reviews of this work we found it too narrow in scope for our history collection. There are seven libraries in our SWAN consortium who own it, so we can easily request it for anyone who would like to read it.
212. This is a thank you for your assistance in helping us to research our trip to Normandy and the Loire Valley. The books, videos and DVDs you generated for us were extremely helpful. We are faithful users of the River Forest Library and rarely say thank you to all the good people who work there. Not this time.
Thank you for your comments.
213. Thank you for making the Brookfield Zoo passes available. I want to mention a little mix-up my family had yesterday in case it helps other patrons plan their zoo visits. We had planned to go to the Zoo on Tuesday of this week and a neighbor mentioned that Tuesdays are FREE days at the Zoo, so I didn’t stop by for the pass. It turns out that the Zoo stopped having free days in February of this year. We spent $28 on entry fees that could have been saved if we’d checked out the pass. Please let other patrons know that if they plan to go on Tuesdays they will need to have the pass. I appreciate the opportunity to check out a Free Day at the Zoo. It brings added value to our library card in a family-friendly way. We will plan to check it out before the summer is over.
Thank you for sharing this information with us.
214. I love our library. The fireplace and comfy chairs are wonderful. Thanks for getting in so many new books and beefing up the books on CD department. Your staff is so kind, especially ______. She is so helpful.
Thank you for your comments. We are pleased you are enjoying the new selections.
June 2006 Suggestions
205. Here is a book recommendation. I read an article by this author and was disappointed to find only one book of hers in the SWAN system. I suggest the library purchase this book.
Centering Prayer and Inner Awakening
by Cynthia Bourgeault
Thank you for your suggestion. It seems that the publishers that work with this author are small presses, therefore most of their titles are not reviewed in library journals and are not available through library wholesalers. That would be the main reason why libraries do not have her books. We have ordered your suggestion from Amazon for the library. When it gets in, we will place a hold on it for you.
206. Where are several of your staff members? My cozy library is going too hi-tech to be cozy anymore. Save some of the books please.
The staff you have inquired about have left for a variety of reasons. One retired, one was dismissed and one quit. All of these positions have been filled with customer service oriented staff.
Last year, over 11,400 new items were added to the collection.
207. We have a bad experience today. I was told the computers in Childrens Room is to people who come first. Why change the rule? This is More Benefit for our Children in River Forest.
Yes, now that we have installed computer time management software the PCs are available on a first come or first reserved basis. If you know your child needs a computer after school on a particular day, please give us a call and we can place a reservation for them.
208. Can you please order Wuffy the Wonder Dog by Margaret Morgan?
This book has been ordered.
May 2006 Suggestions
191. Thank you a thousand times for The Teaching Company audio cassettes. They are a distinct pleasure! Did you know you can obtain CD tapes of the same course for simply the cost difference? May people use CDs today, and audiotapes are fast going out of existence. For future reference, please consider this.
We are so glad you like those titles. All Teaching Company audio products we order in the future will be in CD format.
192. I think someone should dispose of the Lost and Found items. They seem to be piling up
(two bins full!). Hopefully the useful items can be given to charity such as the Economy Shop in Oak Park.
Excellent observation. We will take care of this.
193. Please get more mangas.
More manga is added regularly. If there are specific titles you are looking for, please let us know.
194. River Forest Library is the sweetest, best library to be in and work with. Easy to get books and return books.
Thank you for your comments.
195. Could you please consider purchasing a step stool for children in the rest room? A white plastic one from Walgreens (Sterilite or Rubbermaid) would cost about $6. I am tired of lifting up my children to wash their hands. You could write River Forest Library in big letters to prevent theft. We love your childrens programs!
We have been advised by our insurance company that the presence of stools at counters is a liability and therefore we do not provide them. As part of our Capital Improvements we will consider other options. We are very glad you enjoy our childrens programs.
196. The library staff is great. I dropped off some Blockbuster DVDs yesterday by mistake. I called the next day, and the staff had returned them to Blockbuster already. Thank you! You guys are great. You really went about and beyond the call of duty.
Thank you for the compliment.
197. One rainy morning I was standing in the Metra train station and noticed the book share sponsored by the River Forest Public Library. What a great idea for us regular train riders! Please continue this. It would be helpful if it were somehow advertised, as I mentioned it to two friends who always ride the train and they were unaware of it but also thought it was a great service.
Thank you for your comments. We will see what we can do to advertise this service. We have been adding approximately 30 new titles per month.
198. My family just came back from the butterfly release, and I wanted to let you know what a great time they had. Ellen Cutter did a great job including all of the children in the release, and has an amazing ability to keep the childrens attention while reading, even outside where there is so much distraction. We had a wonderful time, and are lucky to have such a great place to take our children. While we live in Oak Park and enjoy the library there, the River Forest Library always has a much warmer feeling, both from the staff and from the facility itself. Please thank your staff.
Thank you so much for taking the time to write! Its very important to us that patrons feel at home in our library. I will pass your kind comments on to Ellen, and to our director. We hope that you will enjoy some of our upcoming activities that we are planning for our Summer Reading program, and we will be posting pictures from the butterfly release on our website for everyone to enjoy. Come back and visit us soon!
199. I just wanted to say I have seen more innovation at my library thank I have seen in a dozen years. I especially like the fresh faces behind the circulation desk. I read (listen to) over 100 books a year and have for the past 10 years. I certainly appreciate libraries and like what I see at my library. Keep up the good work.
Thank you for the compliments.
April 2006 Suggestions
188. Both headphones at each computer station in the Childrens section should work (you can buy a T to accomplish this at Radio Shack). This way parents can work/play/interact with their children on the computers.
We strive to provide 2 sets of working headphones and a t-connector at all 4 of the Childrens computers. However, sometimes parts and pieces like that turn up missing. Please alert the staff at the desk when you notice these issues so that we may rectify the situation.
189. I love ______ (a member of the Childrens staff). She manages a small space but adds a world of knowledge and joy of reading.
Thank you for the lovely compliment. It will be shared with the employee.
190. Adjust the cooling system, especially upstairs where, at 7 pm-ish on 4/12 it was very, very stuffy and stale!
Yes, we also noticed the stuffy air and are working with our HVAC contractor to resolve the situation.
March 2006 Suggestions
173. A patron stopped at the reference desk today to tell a reference librarian that she just loves the library, its so quiet and cozy. Its like heaven.
Thank you, we are so glad you enjoy your time here.
174. Why is the story hour upstairs? Its hard to concentrate on finding a book. What happened to silence in the library?
PJ storytimes is a popular, once a month event held during the winter months for families and is conducted by the fireside, much like the adult fireside chats.
175. A note of appreciation for the special even March 12 for Bradbury and Fahrenheit 451. The panel of 5 was so interesting, but I thought Harriette Robinet and Fr. Woods were extra-fine.
We are so glad you enjoyed it and hope you will attend more of the One Book, Two Villages programs scheduled through the beginning of May.
176. I was surprised to see that you did not have a few Pulitzer Prize winning titles in the collection.
Elbow Room by James Alan McPherson
House Made of Dawn by N. Scott Momaday
Foreign Affairs by Alison Lurie
Thank you for the suggestions! Elbow Room is out of print, but we will try to see if we can purchase a copy through a used book source. House Made of Dawn has been located in paperback, and an order has been placed. Foreign Affairs is also out of print but Random House is reprinting a trade paperback 20th anniversary edition in October, and a copy will be purchased at that time.
177. I wish my tax dollars would not be used for a day care center! Charge a fee! Its hard for people who use the library to use it properly.
We are pleased to announce that beginning in August of 2006 there will be an after school program provided for students from 5-8th grade in the Barbara Hall Meeting Room which is being funded by donations from Community Bank, OPRF Rotary, OPRF Community Foundation, RF Service Club, OPRF Youth Services, Mr. & Mrs. Das Gupta and Mr. & Mrs. Pochyly.
178. I have heard positive comments about how friendly the staff has been recently – especially to some of the retired community members. I, too, have always had great interactions with the reference department. Congratulations!
Thank you for your comments.
179. I think the security guards should be outside more because kids get hurt if no adult supervision.
We have one security person who makes continuous rounds of the 1st floor, 2nd floor and outside the library during the after school hours.
180. I think it would be nice if you got seasons of popular TV shows for teens (like Friends or The OC).
Due to space and budget restrictions we are unable to collect these items at this time – Check SWAN for other libraries and we can Interlibrary Loan these items for you.
181. In the womens restroom – it would be great to have a step by the sinks for the children.
A step in the washroom is not possible due to insurance liabilities.
182. Please send out the Bookplate newsletter so it arrives the month before the activities start. Our March-April arrived 3/23/06 – too late for some activities.
Yes, the Bookplate was late due to printing delays. We will watch this more closely in the future.
183. RF Library should be the 1st to have take out works of art – sculpture paintings – posters – for a month or so. Just imagine a print of Picasso, Renoir or Rodin in your home for a brief time.
A circulating art collection would require both storage space and increased liability insurance, neither or which are available at this time.
184. I heard a book reviewed on NPR called Fragile Innocence, by James Reston Jr. Could the library consider buying it? It was highly reviewed.
Thank you for the suggestion! The library actually has this book on order, however, it appears that the title is being changed. Looking it up by the author in the catalog, we see it was originally titled The Bat Jumped over the Moon: the Mystery and Triumph of a Child Named Hillary. We have placed an order for this based on the books serial number, and when the book actually comes in, we will have the correct title placed in the catalog for ease of searching.
185. When I log on to my library account, it would be extremely convenient if I didnt have to enter my library card number. Rather, it would automatically remember it once I logged on (like credit card numbers, mileage plus, etc).
Thank you for the suggestion. This would make the process much more user friendly. We will take this idea to the SWAN council of over 80 libraries for the consortium to consider adding to the catalog.
186. Request: Diabetes Forecast Magazine
This title is too specific for our general public library collection. However, you can get issues of Diabetes Forecast at a few of the larger local library, as well as full-text online through our First Search database. See a reference librarian for details.
187. I am a River Forest resident and use the Childrens library frequently. I would love to see the library and park district to be incorporated into one site, where both organizations could work together to provide programs to the community. This would provide the community a central location for the activities and events planned.
Thank you for this thought provoking suggestion.
February 2006 Suggestions
168. Lets get Wi-Fi in River Forest. This has a lot of appeal as a community asset.
Our entire building is a Wi-Fi hotspot. If you are having difficulty connecting to our wireless network, please let us know.
169. A patron spoke to staff members that she was not fond of the new phone system. She said she left a message, but that the phone system takes away from people contact.
The automated receptionist and use of voicemail at public service desks allows us to provide quality service to patrons inside and outside of the building. If we do not answer we are busy helping another patron. Please leave us a message and we will promptly return your call, so that we may assist you.
170. Give teachers a break on overdue materials, especially DVDs/VHS. Sometimes we need more time with the materials.
We do not renew videos and DVDs. However, if you ask at check-out for an extended teacher loan period, we will try to accommodate you depending on the material.
171. Please re-order McLeans Magazine from Canada.
The cost to renew this subscription is $82. We decided to cancel it in order to have more heavily used periodicals in our collection.
172. Please add The Great Hunger: Ireland 1845-1849 by Cecil Woodhome-Smith to the collection. This is the definitive work on the Irish famine. It seems our copy has been withdrawn.
Our 1962 copy was in poor condition and has been withdrawn from the collection. A newer edition has been located and is on order. We welcome all purchase suggestions, please stop at the reference desk and a librarian will take your information. If you need a copy before our new one arrives Dominican University has a copy that you may check out with your River Forest Public Library card or we can request a copy through Interlibrary loan.
January 2006 Suggestions
162. In the bathroom it would be nice if the hand dryer gets fixed. Cold air comes out.
Thank you for alerting us to this situation. We will have it repaired or replaced.
163. How about manners class for 4 and ups? Children often learn better from non-relatives! Id pay! Fees, materials.
Thank you for the great idea. Keep an eye out for an upcoming program of this nature.
164. After school at the childrens department is too crowded with older kids. Theyre running around, dumping jackets and backpacks everywhere, and making it difficult for me to work on homework with my 3rd grader. They should have the older kids camp out in the meeting room so they dont disrupt the library as much.
We are currently raising funds so we can provide a structured, supervised series of programs in the meeting room after school starting next fall.
165. I placed several book requests on Wednesday, but I was sure I wouldnt get any of the books before I went out of town Friday afternoon. All of the books came in Friday! Now I have all the books I wanted to read and dont have to worry about getting calls while I am out of town. Thank you for your fast service.
Thank you for the compliment. We are happy to serve you.
166. I would like a vending machine because people can get very hungry. We dont need to eat inside. You can put it outside. Please get one!
We are considering adding either vending machines or a caf as part of our Capital Improvement plans.
167. CDs to order:
1. Take This to Your Grave Fallout Boy
2. My Heart Will Always Be the B-Side to My
Tongue Fallout Boy
3. Evening Out With Your Girlfriend Fallout
Thank you for your suggestions. These items were ordered on February 16, 2006.