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Invitation to Contractors
Notice is hereby given that the Henry County Library District will receive sealed bids from experienced
Contractors for the:
The unified bids shall include all work indicated in the Contract Documents to repair and recoat the existing Exterior Insulation Finish System (EIFS) on the exterior façade. Prevailing Wage Rates will apply to the work.
Sealed Bids shall be mailed or delivered to the Henry County Library’s Main Branch Location, Attn. Ms. Liz Cashell, Director of Library Services, 123 East Green St. Clinton, MO 64735, no later than Tuesday July 28th, 2015 at 4:00 p.m. Bids will be opened and read aloud in a public bid opening on that date immediately following the receipt of bids in the Library’s Board Room (at the Main Branch Location). Bidders shall submit a bid in conformance with the Instructions to Bidders in the Project Manual.
Plans and Specifications for the project can be secured on Thursday July 9th, 2015 at the Henry County Library’s Main Branch Location, 123 East Green Street, Clinton, MO 64735, telephone (660) 885-2612 for a refundable deposit of $50.00 for each set of printed documents. Refunds will be considered assuming all bidding documents are received within fifteen days of the bid opening and in reusable condition. There will be a limited number of printed sets available and they will be distributed on a first come, first serve bases. Bidders will be limited to a maximum of one (1) printed set. Bid documents may be shipped for the shipping cost plus a $50.00 separate non-refundable handling fee. Plans and Specifications will also be available in a digital (PDF) format. Questions regarding the project and securing digital sets should be directed to Buxton Kubik-Dodd Creative, Attn: Eric Street, AIA, 1435 E. Bradford Parkway, Suite 100, Springfield, MO 65804, ph: 417.890.5543. Email questions are acceptable; send to: email@example.com
The Owner’s decision regarding the approval (or denial) of the bids will be based upon a variety of factors such as, but not limited to quality, time constraints, and service; all decisions will be in the best interest of the Owner. The Owner reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids and may waive all informalities, irregularities, or defects in the Bids. No Bids may withdrawn for a period of Thirty (30) days from the receipt of Bids.
Eating From The Garden
E-Books and Digital Audio books come to the library! HCL cardholders in good standing can now check out and download digital media anytime, anywhere. Enjoy the convenience of a full novel that's stored entirely on your e-reader or download an audio book onto a compatible device and listen to a good story. Teens or Kids can visit their own separate eReading Rooms.
Notary public service is now available at the library.
Check here for more details.
Great entertainment for the child at home or on the go.
Visit the Sesame Street eBooks page for full details
A library is usually a facility best known as a place for research and learning, but did you know it is also a place of entertainment. Many individuals list reading, and watching movies as some of their favorite leisure time activities. The library has over 80,000 books in their collection, lots and lots of titles, authors and genre from which to choose.
Many people love to watch movies in their spare time and the library can provide that activity also. Each year over 14,000 video and DVD movies from the library's collection are checked out to patrons. With a checkout period of one week and four movie checkouts per card, you can plan an evening for family fun, complete with popcorn and soda, for just the cost of the refreshments. Movies are available for children and adults. Mystery, comedy, TV series and classics are just a sample of the movies from which to choose
Many of the movies in the library collection have older release dates, that's where you can help. The Henry County Library has compiled a Henry County Library "Wish List" on the Amazon.com website. Individuals may review this list of requested movies, order one or several and have the items shipped directly to the library?s address. Most movies fall in the cost range of $8.00 to $12.00. You may choose either new or used copies for purchase.
If you would like to for your purchase to act as a gift for a friend or family member, just contact the library with the recipients name and mailing address, we will sent a holiday card notifying them of your thoughtfulness.
It is our hope that with library friends and patrons purchasing DVD?s for the collection, that we will be able to provide a more updated and exciting collection for your viewing pleasure.
If you have any questions about the wish list or ordering process please contact us at 1-866-CALL HCL toll free or 885-2612.
The Henry County Library is now accepting debit and credit cards for payment on library transactions. Bank debit cards, MasterCard, Visa, and Discover cards may be used. Each payment must be for an amount of $1.00 or higher. No refunds, returns or change will be given. This service will be provided at both the Main facility in Clinton and the Lenora Blackmore Branch in Windsor.
Cards may be used to pay fines, lost materials, copy or fax fees and book sale items, just to name a few. Payment transactions can be accepted at the circulation or reference desks. We hope this will be a beneficial service to our patrons as we strive to provide a convenient payment solution to out patrons.
The "Edge" machine (located in the Library gallery) features over 50 separate software programs for 3rd grade and up without the internet. The touch screen desktop computer is easy to use and the software is challenging to the older juvenile patrons of the library. Come explore the world of the "After School Edge" at the Library.
More details here.
Calling all parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles and interested individuals. We have a project for you. It's easy, cheap and environmentally correct. The Henry County Library will be participating in the Neighbors Helping Teachers efforts by becoming a drop off point for supply donations. Many area teachers have experienced funding cuts to their budgets. These cuts impact the amount and variety of classroom supplies available for use by the students. Recycle those empty tissue/paper towel rolls, pill bottles, Pringles cans, string, beads, craft supplies, fabric remnants or envelopes of any size.
The Neighbors Helping Teachers group was formed to provide school educators of Henry and St. Clair Counties in Missouri with supplemental resources for their students and classrooms. Educators are welcome to "shop" for free, the 1st Saturday of every month from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at the old Samaritan Center, located on Center Street in Clinton. Faculty/Staff ID's are required, unless a district does not have them and then names will be checked against a list held by Neighbors Helping Teachers.
A full list of the supplies needed for the classrooms will be displayed at the Henry County Library main building and at the Lenora Blackmore Branch in Windsor. Donations will be accepted anytime during regular business hours.
Explore Missouri's Civil War History from original documents. Learn about Missouri's key role in the struggle between the Union and the Confederacy and the importance of the Trans-Mississippi Theater. Read first-hand accounts about the impact of guerilla warfare, martial law, forced displacement and economica chaos on the bitterly divided communities across the state.
With the assistance of the Missouri State Archives the board minutes of the Henry County Library and its predecessors have been scanned and the resulting images saved in a set of .pdf files, which are available here on the Library's website.