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Cherry Hill Public Library 2013

Annual Report for 2013

Laverne Mann

on 2 April 2014

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Operating Income from gifts, fees, etc.
$146, 500

31,688 registered users
393,199 items processed
(about 1,000 items a day)

Checks materials in and out, shelves returned material, manage patrons' hold requests, and handle ILL requests

Reference and Adult Services
The reading room is always full of people, using the public computers and group study rooms usually booked.

Reference Stats
Reference Questions = 53,077
133 Reference by Appointment
3 blogs with 1600 hits
(Speaking Volumes, Insource@chpl, and Lowdown on Downloads)
1387 sessions in group study rooms
270 attended Thursday Morning programs
Adult Summer Reading Program

So many books, so little summer
113 participants, age range 20 - 86

"Thanks for having an adult summer reading program- we big kids need some fun too!"
Youth Services
Special adult events
Veterans Oral History project
Meet a Veteran event

Thrill the World
2nd Annual Time Lord Bash
(Doctor Who)
Gentlemen of Jersey Folk

Annual Report 2013
DVD TV free collection
with donated older TV programs
Staff cross trained for other departments and attended computer class trainings on MS Excel and Internet.

Cherry Hill Public Library
The Youth Services Department provides a place to learn, play, explore and create for children
0- 18 years.

Board books, comic books, study guides and bestsellers, kids and teens can meet their academic and entertainment needs all in one spot.
Book Bundles
Parenting Collection
Concept Collection
College, Career and Study Guides
Teen Memoirs and Biographies

Children's & teen
circulated: 175,127
Children's & teen
circulated: 9,222
New Youth programs
Sensory Story Time
STEM programming
Night Owls
Bilingual Story Time
Tween Programming
Self-directed programming
Ongoing Children's Programs:
Rhyme Time, Little Listeners, Story Time,
Magic Tree House, Library Lab, Lego Club,
39 Clubs Club and Free Family Films

272 children's programs
4825 program attendees

Technical Services
New orders in 2013
Print Books 5917
Ebooks 924
Music CDs 254
AudioSpoken CDs 547
DVDs 679
Print Serial 344
Electronic Serial 14
Databases 14
Tech Services Projects 2013
New cataloging standard RDA
Donated items added to collections
New ITEM categories -
Dinosaurs, Princesses
Created Parenting Collection
Zinio magazines, along with 200 audiobook titles
Several large weeding projects, Reference, Nonfiction children's
Maintenance Dept
Provide and maintain building- hygenic, structural, mechanical, electrical, grounds and life safety equipment

LED project- Parking lights and Reading room

Repainted meeting rooms, reading room

Daily meeting set ups and break downs

Annual inspections on systems

Municipal Appropriation

Per Capita State Aid
$31, 125
79 computer classes
for 564 attendees

67,309 patrons on library PC's

16,776 indiv. use wifi

Added 2 Comprise kiosks

Information Technology
New IT services
New computer classes
Maker Playground
Zinio digital magazines
Oneclick Digital
Facebook 1322 likes for year

Total Circulation:
414,215 items

20 % non print and
6% electronic materials

Friends of the Library,
Junior Friends and Gift Shop
Board of Trustees
Cherry Hill Township
70 volunteers each week
192 volunteer hours in a typical work week
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