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Honors Daily Opportunities List

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Honors Daily Opportunities List, Tuesday, October 27, 2009

The Honors Daily Opportunities List is an official UF e-publication sent to all students who entered UF as an honors student. Opportunities listed range from those for freshmen to seniors. To submit an announcement for posting, please fill out the online form at www.honors.ufl.edu/honorsdaily.html . For more updates on the Honors Program, join our Facebook page or follow us on Twitter @UFHonors


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HONORS OFFICE ANNOUNCEMENTS
1. ADVISING ANNOUNCEMENT: Honors Intro to Pre-Health Workshops (NEW POSTING):
2. ADVISING ANNOUNCEMENT: Honors Course Registration:
3. ADVISING ANNOUNCEMENT: Spring Course Registration:
4. HONORS COURSE ANNOUNCEMENT: Honors Admissions Course (NEW POSTING):
5. HONORS COURSE ANNOUNCEMENT: New Course Listing - IDH3931: The Good Life (NEW POSTING):
6. ANNOUNCEMENT: Clinton Global Initiative U:
7. ANNOUNCEMENT: Florida Collegiate Honors Council Writing Contest:
8. ANNOUNCEMENT: Dine and Chat - Date Change:
9. SCHOLARSHIP / AWARD: 2010 Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship Competition:
STUDENT HONORS ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENTS
10. ANNOUNCEMENT: Candy Grams (TODAY):
ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENTS AND OPPORTUNITIES
11. ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: College of Education Distinguished Speaker Series (NEW POSTING):
12. ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Pre-law Q&A for Juniors and Seniors (NEW POSTING):
13. ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Video Innovation Contest (NEW POSTING):
14. ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Careers for those who love to teach and help others learn (TODAY):
15. LEADERSHIP: Gatorship Applications (NEW POSTING):
16. INTERNSHIP: National Public Radio (NEW POSTING):
17. INTERNSHIP: Tallahassee Semester Internship:
STUDENT ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENTS AND EVENTS
18. ANNOUNCEMENT: Southern Scholarship Foundation Off-Campus Housing:
19. STUDENT ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENT: Multicultural Psychology Association:
20. EVENT: Klowning Improv Comedy Show (NEW POSTING):
21. EVENT: RUB Entertainment and “The Fest” (NEW POSTING):
22. EVENT: Brendan Brazier Speech on Vegetarian Athletes:
23. EVENT: Psychology Halloween Party:
24. EVENT: Bloodsucker's Bash:
25. EVENT: RUB Entertainment Presents “True Blood” Marathon:
26. EVENT: Open Mic Night:
27. EVENT: Fall Friends of the Library Book Sale:



HONORS OFFICE ANNOUNCEMENTS

1. ADVISING ANNOUNCEMENT: Honors Intro to Pre-Health Workshops (NEW POSTING):
If you are a first-year student and pre-health, please consider attending the Honors Introduction to Pre-Health Workshop if you have not already attended the regular Intro to Pre-Health Prep Workshop this fall. This workshop will emphasize what you, as an honors student, can do to strengthen your application profile and how to explore if pre-health is the right path for you.

There will be a stronger emphasis on research opportunities, scholarships and special programs, such as the Junior Honors Medical Program, the Combined BS-DMD Program, MD-PhD, etc.
If you are a 2nd year student who has not attended an Introduction to Pre-Health Workshop as a freshman, please attend this one or one of the regular ones in November.

Remember that this is a mandatory workshop for pre-health students who are declaring pre-health as a career preparation path. You will not be able to schedule regular pre-health advising appointments until you have either attended the Intro workshop or watched the video of the workshop.

Here the dates:
Wednesday, October 28 or Thursday, October 29 from 5:30-7:00pm in Little 119.

If you would like to attend, please send an e-mail to [log in to unmask] to reserve a seat.

If you are unable to attend, please call 352-273-4083 or stop by Farrior Hall Room 204 to inquire about watching the video of the Intro to Pre-Health Workshop.

2. ADVISING ANNOUNCEMENT: Honors Course Registration:
Honors course registration for students in their first three semesters at UF (i.e. current freshmen and sophomores) will take place Thursday and Friday, October 29 and 30, from 9:00am-5:00pm.
You will only be able to register for an honors course during this time, and you can register for up to one course per day. Honors course registration takes place on ISIS just as you would for your regular courses, www.isis.ufl.edu .

Students who have moved beyond their third semester in Honors will be able to register for available honors courses during their regular registration time. Students in their first three semesters at UF can register for additional honors courses as well during their regular registration time. Note, there is no limit to the number of honors courses you can take each semester.

The course descriptions for honors courses are now available at http://www.honors.ufl.edu/courses/coursesspring10.html

3. ADVISING ANNOUNCEMENT: Spring Course Registration:
It’s hard to believe, but Spring registration is approaching quickly. You can now view the online schedule of courses at www.registrar.ufl.edu/soc .

To find your spring registration start time, visit ISIS, www.isis.ufl.edu , and click on “Registration Prep”. This is the time you may begin registering for spring courses online. Note that you do not meet with an advisor to register – everything is done on ISIS. Registration times begin on November 2.

**All students should check ISIS to view any holds.**

All holds must be removed prior to registering for courses. In most cases, an honors advisor *cannot* remove these holds for you.

All engineering majors must meet with an advisor in engineering (*not honors*) to get your engineering advising hold removed. To view the list of engineering advisors by department, visit http://www.eng.ufl.edu/studentaffairs/advising/index.php

All first-year students must remove their alcohol education holds prior to registering. For more information, visit https://interwork.sdsu.edu/echug2/?id=UFL&hfs=true

Please plan ahead now, so there won’t be any problems once registration begins.

Remember, if you want to meet with an honors advisor, please call 352-846-6083 to make an appointment, rather than e-mailing an advisor directly. You may also stop by our walk-in advising hours to answer quick advising questions from 2:00-4:00pm on Tuesdays – Thursdays.

4. HONORS COURSE ANNOUNCEMENT: Honors Admissions Course (NEW POSTING):
Applications are now being accepted for the IDH 4905: Honors Admissions course, Tuesdays 2nd period, for the spring semester. Students in this class will read the 1000+ application essays from incoming freshmen applying to the Honors Program. We will spend the first half of the term reading old essays and developing rubrics for grading the new papers. Students also will serve as readers for the lateral admissions essays in late November / early December 2009.

The application is available at http://www.honors.ufl.edu/forms/AdmissionsClassApp.pdf and is due to the Honors Office in 118 Hume by 4:00pm on Wednesday, November 4. Students selected will be notified by e-mail by November 11.

5. HONORS COURSE ANNOUNCEMENT: New Course Listing - IDH3931: The Good Life (NEW POSTING):
Through a close examination of relevant works of art, music, literature, history, religion, and philosophy, students will consider the basic question, “What is the Good Life?”  The course will serve as an invitation to the Humanities and to a lifetime of reflection on the human condition.  This Honors section of this course is in preparation for a much larger offering of the course at a future date; as such, feedback and input will very important and the select students in this section of the course will have the opportunity to work closely with instructors from several disciplines.

IDH 3931: The Good Life, section 5851, will meet Mondays, periods 7-8 in PSY 287. It is co-taught by Sean Adams, Vasudha Narayanan, and Mary Watt.

6. ANNOUNCEMENT: Clinton Global Initiative U:
The third annual Clinton Global Initiative U will be held April 16-18 at the University of Miami.  More information and applications are available online at http://www.cgiu.org/ . As a prerequisite for attending the meeting, students must develop their own Commitment to Action, a plan of action that addresses a pressing challenge on their campus, in their community, or in a different part of the world. This is an amazing opportunity to gather with your fellow students to meet with a host of world leaders, including President Clinton. Please consider applying – early decision deadline is November 20.

UF students have been successful with the CGI in the past, and we hope to continue this tradition. If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Knudson in the Honors Office in 118 Hume.

7. ANNOUNCEMENT: Florida Collegiate Honors Council Writing Contest:
The annual Florida Collegiate Honors Council writing contest is seeking submissions of your best work. Categories for the competition are a) Documented Research or Critical Thinking; b) Poetry Writing; and c) Fiction Writing. Students who place in each category receive a monetary prize plus all expenses of attending the FCHC conference in Gainesville on February 19-21.

You *must* register for and attend the conference to receive the prize and the recognition. Full contest rules and conference information are available at http://www.floridacollegiatehonorscouncil.com/ . Click on ‘Writing Contest’ for more information.

Submissions must be received in the Honors office (118 Hume Hall) by 4:00pm on Monday, November 2. We will forward the best 3 papers in each category on to the state contest. Contact Melissa Johnson at [log in to unmask] for more information.

8. ANNOUNCEMENT: Dine and Chat - Date Change:
Join Dr. Michael Olexa for dinner on Monday, November 16, at 1151 McCarty Hall A from 6:30-8:30pm. The topic is Agricultural Law and Policy; Dr. Ray Huffaker will also be there to talk about the Department of Food and Resource Economics Study Abroad in Italy Program. This is a good opportunity to explore a unique career option in law, and students interested in attending law school will find this valuable.  Plus, free pizza.

Here’s a brief bio of Dr. Olexa:
Following military service, Michael Olexa  received MS and Ph.D. degrees in Plant Pathology at the University of Florida. On completion of postdoctoral work in the biological control of invasive plants, he entered and completed law school at Nova Southeastern University and was admitted to The Florida Bar. After law school, he owned and operated a plant nursery for 10 years. Later, while on assignment from the University of Florida to the USDA, he also served as a biotechnology policy advisor in the Office of the Secretary and as a National Program Leader for Agricultural Law Education. He is currently a Professor of Agricultural Law at the University of Florida and teaches in both the colleges of agriculture and law. He also serves as Director of the University of Florida’s Center for Agricultural and Natural Resource Law and most recently Chaired the General Practice Solo and Small Firm Section of The Florida Bar. He is currently Chair of the Agricultural Law Committee of The Florida Bar. His honors include the USDA’s Distinguished Service and Superior Service Awards and the USDA’s National Teaching Award. He is also a recipient of the American Agricultural Law Association’s Distinguish Service Award. In 2005 he was named a University of Florida Distinguished Teaching Scholar.

The procedure is the same as last time---if you’d like to attend, please stop by the Honors office in 118 Hume and put your name in the basket.  Please do so no later than Friday, November 13, at 3:00pm.

9. SCHOLARSHIP / AWARD: 2010 Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship Competition:
Current sophomores and juniors majoring in sciences, mathematics, or engineering are eligible to apply for the Goldwater Scholarship.  Universities may nominate up to four students each for this prestigious award; UF has had three winners each of the last 4 years. Since more than four UF students will be interested, the Honors Program coordinates an internal competition to choose which students the university puts forward. The deadline for this is Monday, November 23. You must complete the online application, including reference letters, by that date. More details may be found by visiting the program website: http://www.act.org/goldwater/  . You may direct any questions to Dr. Knudson in the Honors office at [log in to unmask]



STUDENT HONORS ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENTS

10. ANNOUNCEMENT: Candy Grams (TODAY):
Send Halloween candy and a spooky message to any of your Hume buddies for free! To place an order all you need is your Gator 1 card and the room number of the lucky friend who will be receiving the candy gram!

Order your candy grams in the Hume Commons from 3:00-5:00pm on Friday, October 23, Monday, October 25, and Tuesday, October 26. The limit is one/person/day.
SHO your friends some love!



ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENTS AND OPPORTUNITIES

11. ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: College of Education Distinguished Speaker Series (NEW POSTING):
UF’s College of Education kicks off its second annual Distinguished Speaker Series: “21st Century Pathways in Education” with a fall slate of three lectures scheduled in September and October.
The next lecture is taking place on Wednesday, October 28 at 3:00pm in 282 Reitz Union. Dr. Cathy Cavanaugh, UF Associate Professor, Education Technology will be speaking on “Effective Online Teaching Practices”

Dr. Cavanaugh teaches and conducts research at UF’s College of Education in the areas of distance education, instructional design and classroom technology integration. She is acknowledged as a national expert in her field, most recently on the effective practices in virtual schools and in distance education and teacher leadership with classroom technology. (Editor’s note – Dr. Cavanaugh is also Melissa Johnson’s doctoral advisor in Ed Tech!).

12. ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Pre-law Q&A for Juniors and Seniors (NEW POSTING):
Do you have questions about the application process?  Are you confused about how to submit applications online through LSAC?  Are you wondering about letters of recommendation or personal statements?  This session is for you!  You may come and go as you please and you may attend as many sessions as you would like.

This Pre-Law Q&A session is especially for juniors and seniors. It will take place on Friday, October 30 from 9:35-10:25am in 202 Farrior Hall.

13. ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Video Innovation Contest (NEW POSTING):
Five days…one simple everyday object…create as much value as possible!! (and capture it all in a 3-minute YouTube video!!)

Inspired by Stanford University and in conjunction with a visit to the University of Florida by Blake Mycoskie, Founder of TOMS Shoes, the Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation (CEI) will be hosting a video innovation contest.

Your challenge is to use an assigned, everyday mystery object (to be revealed this Wednesday, October 28) to create as much "value" as possible, and capture it all in a 3-minute YouTube video!

The winning video will be selected by Blake Mycoskie, Founder of TOMS Shoes, and will be recognized and debuted at his Accent speaking event on the evening of Wednesday, November 4 at the UF Phillips Center for Performing Arts.

To be successful: challenge assumptions, seize opportunities, and be creative!

For more information on this contest including prizes, rules and past examples, and to hear an invite from Blake himself, click here: http://www.cba.ufl.edu/fire/entrepreneurship/cei/videocontest.asp

14. ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Careers for those who love to teach and help others learn (TODAY):
If you are in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, attend CLAS Workshops to explore your career options and get resources to help you in your search for a career you can be passionate about. This series of workshops will help you to “think outside the box” about what careers or majors you are interested in. As the workshop titles suggest, they are based on things you are passionate about rather than your major.

The next workshop is taking place on Tuesday, October 27 from 4:05-4:55pm in the Career Resource Center classroom, 1st floor Reitz Union. The topic is: Careers for those who love to teach and help others learn

15. LEADERSHIP: Gatorship Applications (NEW POSTING):
Gatorship is a unique leadership experience for both emerging and experienced student leaders at the University of Florida. It is designed to be an intense and thought-provoking weekend retreat where over 60 participants and student staff have the opportunity to interact through team building activities and group discussions. The mission of Gatorship is to identify issues affecting the campus climate at the University of Florida, strengthen the practices of productive leadership, educate University of Florida in real world leadership issues, prepare students who will be future leaders in the diverse work force, and provide opportunities for campus leaders to network. For more information and to apply, please visit http://www.multicultural.ufl.edu/gatorship/ . Applications are due November 9.

As in the past, the Honors Office will sponsor the $60 participation fee for any honors student who is accepted for Gatorship. We will handle the details with Multicultural Affairs once students are accepted.

16. INTERNSHIP: National Public Radio (NEW POSTING):
NPR (National Public Radio) is an internationally acclaimed producer and distributor of noncommercial news, talk, and entertainment programming. We seek talented students to work in challenging internship positions throughout the organization. Our internships offer hands-on opportunities to impact NPR and public radio. And, we work with our interns to help them develop skills in their chosen areas and network with staff and individuals in their professions.

We are now accepting applications for the Winter/Spring 2010 semester. The application deadline for the Winter/Spring 2010 semester is November.

NPR offers internships at its national headquarters in Washington, D.C., and at our NPR West office in Culver City, CA. The internship program is designed to provide students and recent graduates with an opportunity to learn about broadcasting and the supporting areas of NPR.

Interns are expected to work between 20 and 40 hours a week during an 8-to-10 week internship period. Internships are offered during the Summer, Fall, and Winter/Spring semesters. Interns may receive academic credit if an agreement is made between the NPR Human Resources Department and the intern's college or university. All interns are subject to the applicable NPR employee rules, including its Employment Dispute Resolution Policy.

Candidates must complete an application form and submit it with a cover letter and resume. Some internship positions require additional application items, such as a writing sample. All application items must be submitted as a complete package. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed.

For more information, visit http://www.npr.org/about/jobs/intern/

17. INTERNSHIP: Tallahassee Semester Internship:
The application deadline has been extended to October 30 due to increased funding!

The Graham Center for Public Service offers the Tallahassee Semester Internship Program each spring term to coincide with Florida’s legislative session. Internships are available throughout Florida government, including positions with the legislature, governor’s office, state agencies, the news media, and lobbying organizations. Interns will earn 9-12 hours of academic credit. Interns are required to live and work in Tallahassee during the spring semester. Qualified students will receive a $5000 travel stipend.

Students with sophomore or greater standing from all academic majors and fields are eligible to apply. Contact Kim Martin at [log in to unmask] or (352) 273-1086 for additional information.
www.graham.centers.ufl.edu/internships



STUDENT ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENTS AND EVENTS

18. ANNOUNCEMENT: Southern Scholarship Foundation Off-Campus Housing:
The Southern Scholarship Foundation is a non-profit organization which awards qualifying students with an affordable living option on four Florida campuses: Florida State University, Florida A & M University, University of Florida, and Florida Gulf Coast University (females only). All applicants must have at least a 3.0 GPA and a demonstrated financial need.

Scholarship recipients live in a home-like setting with students representing a variety of backgrounds and cultures. Each scholarship house maintains an environment that is drug, alcohol, and smoke free with quiet study hours. Head residents are assigned to each house to ensure that the daily operations run smoothly. Students work in a cooperative partnership to purchase and prepare meals and assume responsibility for all household tasks.

Students do not pay rent, but are responsible for their fair share of the basic household expenses such as food and utilities. Each student contributes approximately $950 per semester (may fluctuate a bit with the economy), saving the resident over $7,000 in room/board costs per year. Once accepted, the scholarship is renewable as long as students demonstrate continued financial need, maintain the required GPA, and live cooperatively within the house.

Applications and further information are available on our website, www.southernscholarship.org . Included on the application is a detailed list of all necessary application materials. Only complete application packets will be reviewed for acceptance. There is not a deadline for application, however, early submission is encouraged as spots do tend to fill quickly. There may be housing spots still open for spring.

19. STUDENT ORGANIZATION ANNOUNCEMENT: Multicultural Psychology Association:
MPA will have an info session for students interested in joining our organization on Thursday, October 29 at 4:00pm. We will meet in the lobby of the Counseling Center (second floor of Peabody Hall). Multicultural psychology is the aggregated studies of human behavior presented in sociocultural contexts and settings in which people of different cultural backgrounds interact. The Multicultural Psychological Association (MPA) at the University of Florida aims to aid interested students from all cultural, religious, ethnic, and racial backgrounds, as well as sexual orientation with understanding this branch in psychology through amazing experiences, forums, socials, service projects, and more. We also provide a supportive outlet to students who are thirsty for achievement in multicultural psychological education.

20. EVENT: Klowning Improv Comedy Show (NEW POSTING):
The Illustrious Ladies of the Iota Lambda Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated and the Gentleman of the Zeta Phi Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Incorporated proudly present the 1st Annual Klowning Improv Comedy Show on Friday, October 30 at 7:00pm at Emerson Alumni Hall. Come laugh your stress away with a comedy showcase including Theater Strike Force, Poets Inc., and our featured guests from Tampa's Got Jokes Improv group.

A portion of the proceeds generated will be donated the Duval Elementary Fine Arts Program to help strengthen and continue developing the arts in our youth.

Tickets will be sold October 26-30 on Turlington Plaza and the Reitz Colonnade. ($5 pre-sale and $7 at the door.)

21. EVENT: RUB Entertainment and “The Fest” (NEW POSTING):
“The Fest” is coming to UF. Join RUB Entertainment and “The Fest” as they present “The Fest 8” on Saturday, October 31 at 8:00pm for free at the Rion Ballroom.

“The Fest 8” is a three-day music festival held in Gainesville that brings together bands from all over the country to perform at different local venues.

Five bands will be playing at the Halloween night event. Featured bands include: The Swellers, So Many Dynamos, We Are the Union, Sakes Alive and After the Fall.

To find out more about The Fest, visit http://www.thefestfl.com or visit RUB Entertainment’s Facebook fan page.

22. EVENT: Brendan Brazier Speech on Vegetarian Athletes:
Brendan Brazier, a professional Ironman triathlete, is coming to speak at UF.  Brendan has competed in 4 Ironman competitions, 2 National 50km Ultra Marathon Championships, a National Long-Course Triathlon Championship, and 2 Royal Victoria Marathons. Brendan is also a vegetarian and is regarded as one of the world's leading authorities on vegetarianism and plant-based nutrition; he even created his own line of nutritional drinks called "VEGA."

Brendan will be speaking at UF about the book he wrote, "Thrive: the Vegan Nutrition Guide," on Wednesday, October 28 at 7:00pm in FLI 50. Everyone is welcome to attend.

There will also be a book signing after the speech. Copies of the book will be for sale at the event for $11.25 (cash only). For more info, contact enVeg or Animal Activists of Alachua.

23. EVENT: Psychology Halloween Party:
The Psychology Club/Psi Chi will host its annual Psychology Halloween Party on Wednesday, October 28 at 7:30pm on the first floor of the Psychology Building. There will be plenty of food, music, contests, and activities! Professors, graduate students, and undergraduate students in the Department of Psychology are all welcome to attend. Tickets ($5 for undergrads, $3 dollars for grad students) will be sold in the entry of the Psychology Building Monday through Friday from 9:00am to 3:00pm until the day of the event. All profits go to the Ronald McDonald House in Gainesville. Don't forget that this is a costume party! To view the flyer, please visit this site: http://www.psych.ufl.edu/~undergrad/halloween.pdf

24. EVENT: Bloodsucker's Bash:
RUB Entertainment presents the Bloodsuckers Bash! Start your Halloween festivities with a hauntingly good time. Dedicated to the bloodsucking king “Count Dracula”, the night’s events begin with a creepy costume contest and an introduction by Professor Dragan Kujudzic on vampires and other spooky topics. Then, based off Dracula, the 1922 silent film Nosferatu: A symphony of horror by F.W. Murnau. Finally, to end the night off with a scream, local musicians will perform. All gals and ghouls are invited to dress up and come to the Reitz Union Grand Ballroom on Wednesday, October 28 at 7:30pm. As always, this event is free and there will be popcorn and candy. For more information, please go to www.union.ufl.edu/rub/

25. EVENT: RUB Entertainment Presents “True Blood” Marathon:
Come out to RUB Entertainment's Halloween Bloodsuckers Bash and enjoy two of the best episodes of HBO series TRUEBLOOD. The life of vampires and humans in a fictional town in Louisiana co-existing together, no one said it would be easy. Visit http://www.union.ufl.edu/rub/ for more info. Must be 18+ due mature content of the show. The marathon is taking place on Thursday, October 29 at 8:00pm in the Orange and Brew.

26. EVENT: Open Mic Night:
Back by popular demand, the University of Florida Hillel and Manoah Arts Engagement are thrilled to present Open Mic Night, an artist showcase for all! Open Mic Night is taking place on Thursday, October 29 at 8:30pm.

Join the best talent of Gainesville live on one stage at the Hillel on University Avenue. All singers, songwriters, musicians, poets, artists and comics are welcome to perform for a welcoming, lively audience. Doors open at 8:15pm. Free desserts and refreshments will be provided!

Open Mic Night series have previously showcased amazing artists Superfish, A to Z, Rubber Tramps, Stevie D and the No-Shows, For He who Hung the Moon, and Boss Lady & the Company.

Interested in performing? Contact Mallory at [log in to unmask] All acts must check in prior to 8:15pm.

27. EVENT: Fall Friends of the Library Book Sale:
The Fall Friends of the Library Book Sale is taking place starting this Saturday, October 24 through Wednesday, October 28 at 430-B North Main Street in Gainesville. This is the largest book sale of its kind in Florida - more than 300,000 books, records, games, CDs, DVDs, audio, video, paintings, posters, prints, puzzles and magazines have been donated for the sale! Many categories, including: classical and modern fiction, textbooks, large-print books, cookbooks, hobby books. Most prices range from $0.25 to $3.00.
All profits are used for the Alachua County Library District and for community literacy projects. For more information, visit http://folacld.org/bksl.html




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