[Greater-baltimore] FW: The Friends Annual Meeting - Featured speaker - Jean Ford, author, October 5th
Melissa Ann Riccobono
melissa at riccobono.us
Tue Sep 24 16:50:05 UTC 2013
I hope all of you can join the Friends for this great meeting! I will
certainly be there!
From: Mollyne Honor [mailto:mrhonor at LBPH.LIB.MD.US]
Sent: Tuesday, September 24, 2013 12:04 PM
To: LBPH_INFO-L at LISTSRV.MSDE.STATE.MD.US
Subject: The Friends Annual Meeting - Featured speaker - Jean Ford, author,
What do Nancy Drew Children's Books and the
Soap Opera Hit Days of Our Lives Have In Common?
Find Out At The Friends Annual Meeting!
Featuring Speaker Jeanne Ford
Date: Saturday, October 5th
Time: 9:30 am - 12:00 pm
Maryland State Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped
Library Meeting Room | 415 Park Avenue | Baltimore, MD
Jeanne Ford, keynote speaker at the Friends Annual Meeting, is a
versatile author. One of three Nancy Drew books she wrote is
The Secret of Candlelight Inn, the story of an historic inn
bequeathed to the Guiding Eyes Foundation. The foundation
plans to create a training center for Seeing Eye dogs. Soon
Nancy discovers the inn is not only full of hope, it is also packed
with deep secrets and dark dangers.
Jeanne Ford is also a script writer for the soap opera Days of our
Lives. "Like sands through the hourglass, so are the days of our
lives"-those words have introduced and underscored one of
daytime drama's rare mainstays. Days of our Lives first premiered
as a half-hour drama in 1965 and expanded to an hour 10 years
later. Today, it remains a favorite among viewers of daytime
Friends will also recognize LBPH volunteers, who are as versatile
as our speaker. LBPH would not survive without the talents and
assistance of our volunteers.
Join us for mystery, drama, refreshments and other surprises.
Call or email Iva Blake
410-230-2451 or iblake at lbph.lib.md.us
MARYLAND STATE LIBRARY FREE MATTER FOR THE BLIND
FOR THE BLIND & PHYSICALLY & PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED
415 PARK AVE
BALTIMORE MD 21201-3603
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