Local History Hunters Tuesday, June 7 at 1:00 PM Do you have an interest in local history? We are starting a new group at the library to assist with organizing boxes and boxes of local history materials. Adults and teens are welcome to attend the first meeting on Tuesday, June 7 at 1:00 PM. Thanks to the State Library of Ohio and OPLIN, East Palestine Library is able to offer access to Northstar Digital Literacy. This database allows users to assess their digital literacy and provides self-guided, online tools to develop new technology skills including: Essential Computer Skills: Basic computer skills, Inter net basics, Windows OS, Mac OS Essential Software Skills: Microsoft Wor d, Excel, PowerPoint, Google Docs Using Technology in Daily Life: Social Media, Information Liter acy, Car eer Sear ch Skills Contact the library at 330-426-3778 to learn more about Northstar Digital Literacy Need Technology Help? Contact the library at 330-426-3778 to make an appointment for one-on-one assistance. Apple Device Interest Group Tuesday, June 28 at 6:00 PM Meet with other users of the iPhone, iPad, and other Apple Products to discover hints, tips, and tricks to help you use the device to its full potential. In a hurry and need to print? Email your documents to the library eplibraryprints@gmail.com 15 cents for black & white copies 25 cents for color Mercy Health Mobile Dental Clinic Wednesday, July 20 Wednesday, September 21 Wednesday, November 16 8:45 AM to 1:45 PM Appointments are available eBooks, Audiobooks, Magazines, & More with Your Library Card Mobile Hotspots are Available Patrons ages 18 and older can borrow a mobile hotspot with their library card for seven days. These devices make it possible for you to have access to the internet anywhere you are, at home, at the park, and more. Historical Newspapers of East Palestine Available on Ohio Memory Project Digitized copies of East Palestine’s newspaper The Reveille Echo are now available online through the Ohio Memory Project. The Reveille Echo collection currently includes August 4, 1904 - June 30, 1910, January 2, 1913 - March 25, 1915, and January 3, 1918 - April 6, 1922. These years of the newspaper are available online thanks to a donation from Amy Loucks Gallen, in memory of her great-grandfather, Charles L. Merwin, who purchased and began publishing The Reveille Echo in 1905 and went on to publish the Daily Leader.