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Attachment 2

Attachment 3

Attachment 4

Attachment 5

Attachment 6

Attachment 7

Compliance Report

 

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WINNEFOX LIBRARY SYSTEM ANNUAL REPORT – 2003                                 Attachment 1

 

IV. SYSTEM STAFF

 

 

b.                  Other paid staff

 

        Hours

                            Position                                    Quantity        Per Week

Administrative Services Coordinator                       1                      40

Administrative Specialists                            2                      80       

Automation Specialist                                             1                      40

ILL Assistant                                                          1                      40

Graphic Artist                                                         1                      40

Computer Support Specialist                                  2                      80

WCTS Clerk                                                          1                      40

WCTS Assistant                                                     1                      40

Clerical Assistant – ILL                                          4                      46

Clerical Assistant – WCTS                         2                      23

Clerical Assistant – Printing                         2                      34

Van Driver                                                 2                      52

Van Driver                                                 1                      17

Electronic Services Support Specialist                     1                      40                                           

 

 

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WINNEFOX LIBRARY SYSTEM ANNUAL REPORT – 2003                     Attachment 2

 

V.                 LIBRARY SYSTEM INCOME

 

4.  Contract Income from other governmental units, libraries, library systems, etc.

 

                     

Omro Non-Reciprocal

$     9,260.00

OPL Community Relations/Secretarial

OPL Electronic Services

Redgranite Correctional Facility Delivery

WCTS Revenue from Member Services

     45,927.00

42,349.00

1,005.00

350.00

Winneconne Non-Reciprocal

       4,544.00

1WALS Income:  Berlin Public Library

     23,900.00

                           Brandon Public Library

          500.00

                           Caestecker Public Library, Green Lake

       7,245.00

                           Carter Memorial Library, Omro

       7,560.00

                           Coloma Public Library

       5,985.00

                           Elisha D. Smith Library, Menasha

     66,413.00

                           Endeavor Public Library

5,765.00

                           Ethel Everhard Memorial Library, Westfield

6,525.00

Fond du Lac Public Library

162,000.00

                           Hancock Public Library

5,625.00

                           Leon Saxeville Public Library, Pine River

5,985.00

                           Markesan Public Library

6,885.00

                           Montello Public Library

6,885.00

                           Neenah Public Library

102,180.00

Neshkoro Public Library

500.00

Oshkosh Public Library

231,936.00

                           Oxford Public Library

5,625.00

                           Packwaukee Public Library

4,012.00

                           Patterson Memorial Library, Wild Rose

9,622.00

                           Plainfield Public Library

5,985.00

                           Poy Sippi Public Library

16,485.00

                           Princeton Public Library

6,525.00

                           Redgranite Public Library

8,247.00

                           Ripon Public Library

29,262.00

                           Spillman Public Library, North Fond du Lac

7,920.00

                           Wautoma Public Library

7,605.00

Winnefox Cooperative Technical Service

4,077.00

                           Winneconne Public Library

7,560.00

                           Winnefox Library System      

       9,508.00

                                                                                      TOTAL

$ 871,757.00

 

1WALS – Winnefox Automated Library Services

 

 

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WINNEFOX LIBRARY SYSTEM ANNUAL REPORT – 2003                                 Attachment 3

VI. SYSTEM CONTRACT EXPENDITURES - 2003

 

FEDERAL

Recipient

Purchase

Subtotals

Totals

Sirsi

Computer System

40,134.00

 

WALS

Kingston Automation Startup

10,000.00

 

WALS

Packwaukee Automation Startup

10,000.00

$60,134.00

 

STATE

Recipient

Purchase

Subtotals

Totals

Fox Valley Library Council

Delivery service

$ 1,085.00

 

Nichols & Associates

Consulting

7,725.00

 

Blue Door Consulting

Consulting

20,000.00

 

OPL

Prepaid rent amortization

2,500.00

 

OPL

Rent

30,616.00

 

OPL

Adm. Services

24,553.00

 

Virchow, Krause & Associates

Audit

  4,292.00

$90,771.00

 

COUNTY AND LOCAL

Recipient

Purchase

Subtotals

Totals

Fond du Lac County

 

 

 

   Brandon Public Library

Contract

$  10,506.00

 

   Campbellsport Public Library

Contract

    36,843.00

 

   Fond du Lac Public Library

Contract

  362,169.00

 

   Oakfield Public Library

Contract

      11,571.00

 

   Ripon Public Library

Contract

    57,750.00

 

   Spillman Public Library

Contract

    21,974.00

 

   Waupun Public Library

Contract

    35,032.00

$535,845.00

 

Recipient

Purchase

Subtotals

Totals

Green Lake County

 

 

 

   Berlin Public Library

Contract

$ 49,870.00

 

   Caestecker Public Library

Contract

21,699.00

 

   Markesan Public Library

Contract

42,190.00

 

   Mill Pond Public Library

Contract

21,329.00

 

   Princeton Public Library

Contract

28,075.00

$163,163.00

 

Recipient

Purchase

Subtotals

Totals

Marquette County

 

 

 

   Endeavor Public Library

Contract

$14,188.00

 

   Ethel Everhard Memorial

      Library

Contract

37,644.00

 

   Montello Public Library

Contract

28,188.00

 

   Neshkoro Public Library

Contract

17,280.00

 

   Oxford Public Library

Contract

11,139.00

 

   Packwaukee Public Library

Contract

4,645.00

$113,084.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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WINNEFOX LIBRARY SYSTEM ANNUAL REPORT – 2003                         Attachment 3, p. 2

 

Recipient

Purchase

Subtotals

Totals

Waushara County

 

 

 

   Berlin Public Library

Conract

$   31,586.00

 

   Coloma Public Library

Contract

28,805.00

 

   Hancock Public Library

Contract

18,549.00

 

   Leon-Saxeville Township

      Library

Contract

14,275.00

 

   Patterson Memorial Library

Contract

51,290.00

 

   Plainfield Public Library

Contract

20,972.00

 

   Poy Sippi Public Library

Contract

14,339.00

 

   Redgranite Public Library

Contract

16,994.00

 

   Wautoma Public Library

Contract

66,251.00

$263,061.00

 

Recipient

Purchase

Subtotals

Totals

Winnebago County

 

 

 

   Carter Memorial

Contract

$ 46,374.00

 

   Neenah Public Library

Contract

  555,871.00

 

   Oshkosh Public Library

Contract

  778,948.00

 

      Non-reciprocal borrowing

         Carter Memorial Library

Contract

      9,260.00

 

      Non-reciprocal borrowing

         Winneconne Public Library

Contract

      4,544.00

 

   Elisha D. Smith Public Library,

      Menasha

Contract

  295,028.00

 

   Winneconne Public Library

Contract

    83,653.00

$1,773,678.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Recipient

Purchase

Subtotals

Totals

Berlin Public Library

WCTS rent

7,440.00

 

Manitowoc-Calumet Lib. System

 

 

 

  Elisha D. Smith Public Library,

      Menasha

Intersystem reciprocal

    Borrowing

$19,785.00

 

Masterlink

WALS (On-site troubleshooting)

1,680.00

 

Oshkosh Public Library

WALS operations support

145,068.00

 

Oshkosh Public Library

WCTS Admin. Services

6,463.00

 

Oshkosh Public Library

WALS Content Software

-1,000.00

 

Winnefox Auto. Lib. Services

Membership

2,841.00

 

Winnefox Library System

WALS vehicle depreciation

3,000.00

 

Winnefox Library System

WALS audit

2,368.00

 

Winnefox Library System

WCTS audit

740.00

 

Wisconsin Library Services

WALS OCLC

61,006.00

$249,391.00

 

$3,098,222.00 

 

 

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Attachment 4

 

Enrichment Grant

 

 

 

December 31, 2003

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Library

Grant

November Expenditures

December Expenditures

Year to Date

Balance

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fond du Lac County

 

 

 

 

 

 

Brandon

512.61

372.41

0.00

512.61

0.00

 

Campbellsport

615.77

601.91

0.00

601.91

13.86

 

Fond du Lac

4,351.47

0.00

0.00

4,351.47

0.00

 

North Fond du Lac

679.23

0.00

119.78

656.19

23.04

 

Oakfield

519.43

0.00

0.00

519.43

0.00

 

Ripon

1,157.11

0.00

0.00

1,157.11

0.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Green Lake County

 

 

 

 

 

 

Berlin

893.52

216.54

0.00

893.52

0.00

 

Green Lake

628.25

0.00

0.00

594.40

33.85

 

Markesan

562.31

0.00

0.00

561.73

0.58

 

Kingston

475.31

0.00

0.00

475.31

0.00

 

Princeton

546.24

0.00

0.00

546.24

0.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Marquette County

 

 

 

 

 

 

Endeavor

481.00

173.48

307.52

481.00

0.00

 

Westfield

585.60

0.00

0.00

558.68

26.92

 

Montello

598.71

0.00

0.00

598.71

0.00

 

Neshkoro

591.97

0.00

0.00

0.00

591.97

 

Oxford

507.80

0.00

0.00

507.80

0.00

 

Packwaukee

477.23

45.33

0.00

477.23

0.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Waushara County

 

 

 

 

 

 

Coloma

526.73

0.00

0.00

526.73

0.00

 

Hancock

479.25

0.00

0.00

479.25

0.00

 

Pine River

494.99

494.99

0.00

494.99

0.00

 

Wild Rose

669.08

615.25

53.83

669.08

0.00

 

Plainfield

552.55

226.19

0.00

551.67

0.88

 

Poy Sippi

507.00

0.00

0.00

505.93

1.07

 

Redgranite

475.53

0.00

0.00

475.53

0.00

 

Wautoma

832.28

72.42

0.00

814.66

17.62

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Winnebago County

 

 

 

 

 

 

Menasha

1,781.05

0.00

1,781.05

1,781.05

0.00

 

Neenah

2,854.39

0.00

0.00

2,854.00

0.39

 

Omro

530.28

8.49

0.00

530.51

-0.23

 

Oshkosh

5,243.48

952.04

1,115.93

5,243.48

0.00

 

Winneconne

622.49

0.00

0.00

621.81

0.68

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOTAL

29,752.66

3,779.05

3,378.11

29,042.03

710.63

 

               

 

 

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WINNEFOX LIBRARY SYSTEM ANNUAL REPORT – 2003                     Attachment 5

 

VII.  SYSTEM MEMBERSHIP

 

FOND DU LAC COUNTY:  Last Plan approved for 2004.

            All library communities are exempt from the county library tax.

 

Brandon Public Library

            117 E. Main St.

            P.O. Box 208

            Brandon, WI  53919-0208

 

Campbellsport Public Library

            220 North Helena St.

            P.O. Box 405

            Campbellsport, WI  53010

 

Fond du Lac Public Library                                                     

            32 Sheyboygan St.                                                      

            Fond du Lac, WI  54935-4271                                   

 

Oakfield Public Library

            130 North Main

            P.O. Box 278

            Oakfield, WI  53065-0278

 

Ripon Public Library

120 Jefferson St.

Ripon, WI  54971

 

Spillman Public Library

            719 Wisconsin Ave.

            North Fond du Lac, WI  54937-1335

 

GREEN LAKE COUNTY:  Last Plan approved for 2004.

            No library communities are exempt from the county library tax.

 

Berlin Public Library

            121 W. Park Avenue

            Berlin, WI  54923-1526

 

Caestecker Public Library

            518 Hill Street

            P.O. Box 278

            Green Lake, WI  54941-0278

            Joint library – City of Green Lake & Town of Brooklyn

 

 

 

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VII. SYSTEM MEMBERSHIP

 

Markesan Public Library

            75 North Bridge Street

            P.O. Box 160

            Markesan, WI  53946-0160

 

Mill Pond Public Library

            140 N. South Street

            P.O. Box 98

            Kingston, WI  53939-0098

 

Princeton Public Library

            424 West Water Street

            Princeton, WI  54968-9147

 

WINNEBAGO COUNTY:  Last Plan approved for 2004.

            All library communities are exempt from the county library tax.

 

Carter Memorial Library

            405 E. Huron Street

            Omro, WI  54963-1405

 

Elisha D. Smith Public Library

            440 First Street

            Menasha, WI  54952-3191

 

Neenah Public Library

            240 E. Wisconsin Avenue

            P.O. Box 569

            Neenah, WI  54957-0569

 

Oshkosh Public Library

            106 Washington Avenue

            Oshkosh, WI  54901-4985

 

Winneconne Public Library

            31 S. 2nd  Street

            Winneconne, WI  54986

 

 

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VII. SYSTEM MEMBERSHIP

 

WAUSHARA COUNTY:  Last Plan approved for 2004.

            No library communities are exempt from the county library tax.

 

Coloma Public Library

            155 Front Street

            P.O. Box 99

            Coloma, WI  54930-0099

 

Hancock Public Library

            114 South Main Street

            P.O. Box 217

            Hancock, WI  54943-0217

 

Leon-Saxeville Library

            N4715 County Road E

            P.O. Box 247

            Pine River, WI  54965-0247

            Joint library – Towns of Leon and Saxeville

 

Patterson Memorial Library

            500 Wisconsin Avenue

            P.O. Box 305

            Wild Rose, WI  54984-0305

 

Plainfield Public Library

            126 South Main Street

            P.O. Box 305

            Plainfield, WI  54966-0305

 

Poy Sippi Public Library

            W2251 Commercial St.

            P.O. Box 345

            Poy Sippi, WI  54967-2251

 

Redgranite Public Library

            135 W. Bannerman Ave.

            P.O. Box 291

            Redgranite, WI  54970-0291

 

Wautoma Public Library

            410 West Main Street

            P.O. Box 269

            Wautoma, WI  54982-0269

 

 

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VII. SYSTEM MEMBERSHIP

 

MARQUETTE COUNTY:  Last Plan approved for 2004.

            All library communities are exempt from the county library tax.

 

Endeavor Public Library

            413 Academy Boulevard

            P.O. Box 80

            Endeavor, WI  53930-0176

 

Ethel Everhard Memorial Library

            117 East Third Street

            P.O. Box 355

            Westfield, WI  53964-0355

 

Montello Public Library

            128 Lake Court

            P.O. Box 457

            Montello, WI  53949-0457

 

Neshkoro Public Library

            132 S. Main Street

            P.O. Box 196

            Neshkoro, WI  54960-0196

 

Oxford Public Library

            129 S. Franklin Avenue

            P.O. Box 32

            Oxford, WI  53952-0032

 

Packwaukee Public Library

            N3511 State Street

            P.O. Box 406

            Packwaukee, WI  53953-0406

 

 

 

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Attachment 6

                                                FVLC Membership List

                                                                March 2003

                             NAME                                            OFFICIAL                     PHONE

            AMC, DeCook Health Sciences Library           Linda          VandenElzen           (920) 738-6552

            Appleton Area School District                        Paula          Ducas                     (920) 832-4811

            Appleton Area School District, Media              Susan         Kraft                       (920) 832-6134

            Appleton Area School District, Media              Vickie         Kuhr                       (920) 832-6135

            Appleton Area School District, Media              Sue            Martin                     (920) 832-6134

            Appleton Area School District, Media              Judy           Owen                      (920) 997-1399

            Appleton High School East IMC                     Mary           Bend                       (920) 832-8209

            Appleton North High School                           Linda          Olson                      (920) 832-4320

            Appleton North High School                           Mary Ann    Tellock                    (920) 832-4320

            Appleton Papers, Inc                                     Kathy          King                        (920) 991-8204

(OWLS)  Appleton Public Library                                  Betty          Burroughs               (920) 832-6170

(OWLS)  Appleton Public Library                                  Terry           Dawson                   (920) 832-6167

(OWLS)  Appleton Public Library                                  Carole         DeJardin                  (920) 832-6170

(OWLS)  Appleton Public Library                                  Barbara       Kelly                       (920) 832-6168

(OWLS)  Appleton Public Library                                  Tim             Muench                   (920) 832-6170

(OWLS)  Appleton Public Library                                  Michael       Nitz                        (920) 832-6170

(OWLS)  Appleton Public Library                                  Karen          Probst                     (920) 832-6170

(OWLS)  Appleton Public Library                                  Margaret     Shriver                    (920) 832-6170

(OWLS)  Appleton Public Library                                  Cecilia        Wiltzius                  (920) 832-6170

            Appleton West High School                           Claudine      Happel

            Berlin High School IMC                                  Rhonda       Butt                        (920) 361-2000

(WLS)    Berlin Public Library                                      Diane          Disterholt                (920) 361-5420

(WLS)    Berlin Public Library                                      Wendy        Long                       (920) 361-5420

(WLS)    Berlin Public Library                                      Karen          Peterson                 (920) 361-5420

(OWLS)  Black Creek Village Library                            Diane          Wendt                     (920) 984-3094

(WLS)    Brandon Public Library                                  Nancy         Paul                        (920) 346-2350

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(WLS)    Caestecker Public Library                              Tasha         Saecker                  (920) 294-3572

(WLS)    Campbellsport Public Library                          Suellen       Bladek                    (920) 533-8534

(WLS)    Carter Memorial Library                                 Deb            Esch                       (920) 686-7016

(WLS)    Carter Memorial Library                                 Theo           Knigge                    (920) 685-7016

            Clintonville Middle School                              Kathy          Weiner                    (715) 823-7267

(OWLS)  Clintonville Public Library                               kathy          Mitchell                   (715) 823-4563

            Clintonville Senior High School                       Kathy          Akey                       (715) 823-7225

(WLS)    Coloma Public Library                                   Sandra        Zuehlke                   (715) 228-2530

            DeCock Library/ Appleton Medical Center       Nancy         Greene                    (920) 831-5089

            EAA Aviation Foundation Library                    Jane           Cianciolo                 (920) 424-4848

            EAA Aviation Foundation Library                    Susan         Lurvey                     (920) 426-4848

(WLS)    Elisha D Smith Public Library                         De              Dalum                     (920) 967-5166

(WLS)    Elisha D Smith Public Library                         Barb           LaFontaine              (920) 967-5166

(WLS)    Elisha D Smith Public Library                         Kirs            Seefeldt                  (920) 967-5166

(WLS)    Elisha D. Smith Public Library                        Catherine    Brandt                     (920) 967-5166

(WLS)    Elisha D. Smith Public Library                        Jack E.       Fry                         (920) 967-5166

(WLS)    Elisha D. Smith Public Library                        Kathy          Hannah                   (920) 751-5166

(WLS)    Elisha D. Smith Public Library                        Marge         Loch-Wouters          (920) 751-5165

(WLS)    Elisha D. Smith Public Library                        Charles       Morris                     (920) 751-5166

(WLS)    Endeavor Public Library                                 Suellen       Peterson                 (608) 587-2902

(WLS)    Ethel Everhard Memorial Library                     Bridget        Donohue                 (608) 296-2544

(WLS)    Fond Du Lac Public Library                            Cheryl         Bornemann              (920) 929-7080

(WLS)    Fond du Lac Public Library                            Kay            Conrad                    (920) 929-7086

(WLS)    Fond du Lac Public Library                            Cheryl         Gage                      (920) 929-7088

(WLS)    Fond du Lac Public Library                            Ken            Hall                         (920) 929-7085

(WLS)    Fond du Lac Public Library                            Lillian          Nolan                      (920) 929-7083

(WLS)    Fond du Lac Public Library                            Debra          Rosenberg               (920) 929-7086

(WLS)    Fond du Lac Public Library                            Lucinda       Ward                      (920)929-7080

            Fox Valley Technical College                         Henry          Beno                       (920) 735-5747

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                             NAME                                            OFFICIAL                     PHONE

            Fox Valley Technical College-ERC                 Karen          Parson                    (414) 735-5747

            Freedom High School Resource Center           John           Hammond               (920) 788-7940

            Freedom High School Resource Center           Marilyn        Treichel                   (920) 788-7950

(OWLS)  Gerard H. Van Hoof Library                            Barbara       Wentzel                  (920) 788-7825

(OWLS)  Gerard H. Van Hoof Library                            Kathy          Yunkers                  (920) 788-7825

            Hancock Public Library                                  Marie          Boleman                 (715) 249-5817

            Hortonville High School-MC                            Barbara       Heidmann                (920) 779-7933

(OWLS)  Hortonville Public Library                                Carolyn       Habeck                   (920) 779-4279

            Iola-Scandinavia School District                      Peggy         Foote                      (715) 445-2411

            Iola-Scandinavia School District                      Robyn         Grove                      (715) 445-2411

            Iola-Scandinavia School District                      Helene        Pohl                        (715) 445-2411

            J.J. Keller Research & Technical                    Janice         Laubenstein             (920) 727-7271

            J.J. Keller Research & Technical                    Lisa            Zwickey                  (920) 727-7287

(OWLS   James J. Siebers Memorial Library                 Barbara       Wentzel                  (920) 788-7515

(OWLS   James J. Siebers Memorial Library                 Kathy          Yunkers                  (920) 788-7515

            Kaukauna Area School District                       Catherine    Switzer                   (920) 766-6123

            Kaukauna High School Library                       Lynn           Kobussen                (920) 766-6113

(OWLS)  Kaukauna Public Library                                Giovanna     Feller                      (920) 766-6340

(OWLS)  Kaukauna Public Library                                Craig           Lahm                      (920) 766-6340

            Kimberly High School                                    Paul            Girod                      (920) 788-7905

            Lane Library                                                 Charlotte     Burr                        (920) 748-8328

            Lane Library                                                 Jeannie       McBeth                   (920) 748-8747

            Lane Library                                                 Autumn       Piontek                   (920) 748-8746

            Lane Library                                                 Louise         Schang                   (920) 748-8325

            Lane Library                                                 Jill              Scheers                  (920) 748-8750

            Lane Library                                                 Donald        Shankman               (920) 748-8753

            Lawrence University / Seeley G. Mudd            Peter          Gilbert                     (920) 632-6752

            Lawrence University, Seeley G Mudd              Gretchen     Revle                      (920) 832-6730

            Lawrence University, Seeley G Mudd              Corinne       Wocelka                 (920) 832-6755

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                             NAME                                            OFFICIAL                     PHONE

            Lawrence University, Seeley G. Mudd             Cindy          Patterson                (920) 832-6750

            Lawrence University, Seeley G. Mudd             Susan         Richards                 (920) 832-6756

            Leon-Saxeville Public Library                          Valerie        Husom                    920-987-5110

            Lincoln Elementary School                            Carol           Gerlach                   (920) 982-8540

            Little Chute High School Library                     Carolyn       Servais                    (920) 788-7600

            Lourdes/Neumann                                         Jan             Hatlon                     (920) 235-5670

            Manawa School District                                 Nancy         Walker                    (920) 596-5311

            Marian College of Fond du Lac                       Joan           Ferguson                 (920) 923-8724

            Marian College of Fond du Lac                       Mary Ellen   Gormican                (920) 923-7641

            Marian College of Fond du Lac                       Amy           Mussell                   (920) 923-8099

(OWLS)  Marion Public Library                                     Lisa            Hein                        (715) 754-5368

            Markesan High School Library                        Sue            Wendt                     (414) 398-2373

            Markesan High School Library Media              Val             Nighbor                   (920) 398-2373

(WLS)    Markesan Public Library                                Lucy           Hazlewood              (920) 398-3434

            Menasha High School                                   Nancy         Probst                     (920) 751-5028

            Mercury Marine Information Resource             Jeanine       Hanisch                  (920) 929-5447

            Mercury Marine Information Resource             Fran            Vincent                   (920) 929-4844

            Mercy Medical Center (Affinity Health)            Debbie        Eurkwitz                  (920) 236-2426

            Mercy Medical Center / Clark Family Health    Michele       Matacheski             (920) 223-0340

            Merrill Middle School                                     Sally           Gilson                     (920) 236-5223

(WLS)    Montello Public Library                                  Bruce          Dethlefsen               (608) 297-7544

            Moraine Park Technical College                     Charlene     Pettit                      (920) 924-3112

            Moraine Park Technical College                     Audrey        Weed                      (920) 924-3118

(OWLS)  Muehl Public Library                                      Kim            Klarner                    (920) 833-2725

(OWLS)  Muehl Public Library                                      Elizabeth     Timmins                  (920) 833-2725

            Neenah High School, Armstrong                     Sharon        Krueger                   (920) 751-8900

            Neenah Joint School District IMC                   Susan         Mory                       (920) 751-6836

            Neenah Public Library                                   Marcia        Anderson                (920) 751-4728

            Neenah Public Library                                   Joe             Bongers                  (920) 761-4722

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                             NAME                                            OFFICIAL                     PHONE

            Neenah Public Library                                   Nancy         Britten                     (920) 751-4723

            Neenah Public Library                                   Patricia       Hewitt-McNichols     (920) 751-4726

            Neenah Public Library                                   Mary           Keepers                  (920) 751-4720

            Neenah Public Library                                   Jane           Laswell                   (920) 751-4727

            Neenah Public Library                                   Stephen      Proces                    (920) 751-4722

            Neenah Public Library                                   Gretchen     Raab                       (920) 751-4720

            Neenah Public Library                                   Mike           Thomas                   (920) 751-4722

(WLS)    Neshkoro Public Library                                 Cheryl         Milbrandt                 (920) 293-4026

(OWLS)  Neuschafer Community Library                       Susan         O'Leary                   (920) 446-2474

(OWLS)  New London Public Library                             Wolfgram    Gloria                      (920) 882-8519

(OWLS)  New London Public Library                             Ann            Hunt                       (920) 882-8519

            New London Senior High School                     Susan         Hlinak

            New London Washington Jr. H.S.                   Dianne        Fossum                  (920) 982-8536

            Nicolet Federated Library System                   Terrie          Howe                      (920) 448-4412

(WLS)    Oakfield Public Library                                   Diane          Bilitz                       (920) 583-4552

            Omro School District - Media Center               Marge         Franzke                  (920) 685-5668

            Omro School District - Media Center               Phyllis        Zimmer                   (920) 685-2741

            Omro School District - Media Centers             Kate           Ewing                     (920) 685-5668

            Omro School District - Media Centers             Jan             Nash                       (920) 685-2741

            Omro School District / Media Center               Steven        Hanson                   (920) 685-5668

            Oshkosh Area School Dist.                            Lee             Blahnik                   (920) 424-0296

            Oshkosh Area School District                        Terri            Sell                         (920) 424-0162

(WLS)    Oshkosh Public Library                                 Janice         Dibble                     (920) 236-5214

(WLS)    Oshkosh Public Library                                 Kathleen     Grace                     (920) 236-5232

            Oshkosh Public Library                                 Nancy         Jackisch

            Oshkosh Public Library                                 Sandy         Joseph

            Oshkosh Public Library                                 Joan           Mueller

(WLS)    Oshkosh Public Library                                 John           Nichols                   (920) 236-5210

(WLS)    Oshkosh Public Library                                 Vicki           O'Rourke                 (920) 236-5229

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                             NAME                                            OFFICIAL                     PHONE

            Oshkosh West High School Library                Joyce          Wolff                       (920) 424-4947

            Oshkosh West High School-Media                 James         Zitzelsberger            (920) 426-4946

            Outagamie Waupaca Library Sys.                  Richard       Krumwiede              (920) 832-6191

            Outagamie Waupaca Library System              Beth           Carpenter                (920) 832-6368

            Outagamie Waupaca Library System              Sally           Frank                      (920) 832-1658

            Outagamie Waupaca Library System              Vicki           Hammen                 (920) 832-4607

            Outagamie Waupaca Library System              Terri            Richards                 (920) 832-8190

            Outagamie-Waupaca Library System              Greta          Thompson               (414) 832-6190

(WLS)    Oxford Public Library                                     Ardis           Kuhlman                 (608) 586-4458

(WLS)    Packwaukee Public Library                            Marty          Kaszar                    (608) 589-5202

            Parkview Elementary School                          Jennifer       Wiesmann               (920) 982-8538

            Patterson Memorial Library                            Linda R.      Steffen                    (920) 622-3835

(WLS)    Plainfield Public Library                                 Linda          Helmrick                 (715) 335-4523

(WLS)    Plainfield Public Library                                 Sue            Zouski                     (715) 335-4523

            Poy Sippi Public Library                                Carol           Cate                       (920) 987-5737

(WLS)    Princeton Public Library                                 Vicki           Duhr                       (920) 295-6777

(WLS)    Redgranite Public Library                               Jo Ann        Borchardt                (920) 566-0176

            Ripon High School Media Center                    Kathleen     Thomas                   (920) 748-4626

(WLS)    Ripon Public Library                                      Alan            Jorgenson               (920) 748-6160

(OWLS)  Scandinavia Public Library                             Dorothy       Youngblood             (715) 467-4636

(OWLS)  Shiocton Public Library                                  Becky         Rickel                     (920) 986-3933

            Spillman Public Library                                  Lois            Potratz                    (920) 929-3771

            St Elizabeth Hospital Health Sel. Library         Karen          Knorr                      (920) 738-2324

            St. Agnes Hospital                                        Lisa            Smith                      (920) 926-4559

            St. Elizabeth Hospital, Library                        Mary           Bayorgeon               (414) 738-2325

(OWLS)  Sturm Memorial Library                                 Ellen           Connor                    (920) 596-2252

            Theda Clark, Health Sciences Library             Mary           Horan                      (920) 729-2190

            Theda Clark, Health Sciences Library             Laura          Jandacek                (920) 729-3100

            Thrivent Financial for Lutherans                      Kathy          Brandel                   (920) 734-5721

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                             NAME                                            OFFICIAL                     PHONE

            Thrivent Financial For Lutherans                     Brenda        Horneck                  (920) 734-5721

            Thrivent Financial For Lutherans                     Yvonne        Rohm                      (920) 734-5721

            University of WI - Fox Valley                          Chris           Chamness               (920) 832-2676

            University of WI - Fox Valley                          Cindi           Meulemans             (920) 832-2672

            University of WI - Fox Valley                          Patricia       Warmbrunn             (920) 832-2573

            UW Center-Fond du Lac Library                     Judy           Resop                     (920) 929-3616

            UW Center-Fox Valley                                   April            Kain-Breese            (920) 832-2675

            UW Oshkosh, Forrest R. Polk Library             Erin            Czech                     (920) 424-3348

            UW Oshkosh, Forrest R. Polk Library             Barbara       Fahey

            UW Oshkosh, Forrest R. Polk Library             Wilkinson    Patrick                    (920) 424-3348

            UW-Fond du Lac Library                                LuAnn         Nims                       (920) 929-3616

(OWLS)  Waupaca Area Public Library                         Jerry           Brown                     (715) 258-4414

(OWLS)  Waupaca Area Public Library                         Peg            Burington                (715) 258-4414

(OWLS)  Waupaca Area Public Library                         Terra           Mobley                    (715) 258-4415

            Wautoma Public Library                                Beth           Knuth                      (920) 787-2988

(OWLS)  Weyauwega Public Library                             Lucie          Erickson                 (920) 867-3742

            Winnebago Mental Health Inst.                       Mary           Kotschi                   (920) 235-4910

            Winneconne High School Library                    Mary           Selle                       (414) 582-5810

(WLS)    Winneconne Public Library                            Edith           Phillips                    (920) 582-7091

(WLS)    Winnefox Automated Library Services             Karen          Boehning                 (920) 236-5230

(WLS)    Winnefox Library System                               Mark           Arend                      (920) 236-5220

            Winnefox Library System                               Laurie         Magee                    (414) 236-5207

            Winnefox Library System                               Julie            Schmude

            Winnefox Library System                               Joy             Schwarz

            Winnefox Library System                               Karla           Smith

            Winnefox Library System                               Michelle      Stowe

            Wisconsin Veterans Home Library                  Linda          Hagen                     (715) 258-5586

            Xavier High School Library                              Donna         Paltzer                    (920) 733-6632

            Xavler High School                                        Donna         Bouchette               (920) 733-6632

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WINNEFOX LIBRARY SYSTEM

2004 BOARD OF TRUSTEES

Attchament 7

Lurton Blassingame

1926 E. Murdock Ave.

Oshkosh, WI  54901

e-mail:  lurtonb@vbe.com

phone:   (920) 231-3350 

     appt. 1-98; exp. 12-06

 

Jeff Ogle

221 Main St

Oakfield WI 53065

e-mail:  jjogle@pop.charter.net

phone: (920) 583-4122

appt. 1-02; exp. 12-04

 

     

John Brennan, Secretary /Treasure

W1533 Gladys Court

Berlin, WI 54923

e-mail:  brennanc@dotnet.com

phone home: (920) 361-9065

phone work: (920) 424-2355

     appt: 4-02; exp. 12-04

     (Green Lake County Rep)

 

*Byron Olson, President

N4974 15th Rd.

Wild Rose, WI  54965

e-mail:  byronolson699@hotmail.com

phone:  (920) 622-4174   or    622-3835 

     appt. 4-99; exp. 4-04

 

     

Deanna Boone

317 Tygert Street

Ripon, WI 54971

e-mail: deannab@grandoperahouse.org

Phone: (920) 748-7880

     Appt: 12-03; exp. 12-06

 

James Reiland

309 9th Street

Menasha, WI  54952

e-mail:  jjreilan@famvid.com

phone:  (920) 725-3796 

     appt. 10-93; exp. 12-05

     

Jennifer Corbin

33 Greenview Ct

Fond du Lac WI 54935

e-mail:  sweetpjeni@aol.com

Phone: (920) 921-9261

     Appt: 12-02; exp. 12/05

 

 *Kay Roethel

224 East Berlin Street

Berlin, WI  54923

e-mail:  pkroe@vbe.com

phone-home:  (920) 361-1286

     appt. 1-86; exp. 12-05

     

*Jo Dell’Antonia

1768 River Mill Road

Oshkosh, WI  54901

phone:   (920) 231-3561

e-mail:  jdellantonia@new.rr.com

            jdell@omro.k12.wi.us 

    appt. 12-01; exp. 12-04

 

Lewis Rosser

502 Mustang Lane

Fond du Lac WI 54935

e-mail:  ldrosser@aol.com

phone:  (920) 921-1114
appt.  12-2; exp. 12-05

     

*Bonita Dresen

W6709 County Road Z

Westfield, WI 53964

e-mail-home:  dresenbd@maqs.net

e-mail-work:   dresenb@westfield.k12.wi.us

phone-home: (608) 296-2706

phone-work: (608) 296-2141 ext 238

            appt: 1-03; exp 12-04

 

Carol Stinson

310 E. Scott Street

Omro WI 54963

e-mail:  wiishtfah@charter.net

Phone:  (920) 379-1234

     appt.  2/17/04; exp. 12/31/06

     

Yvonne D. Feavel

W4755 North Shore Drive

Waupaca, WI 54981

e-mail:  jyfeavel@execpc.com

phone:   (715) 258-8034

            appt. 4-00;  exp 12-05

            (Waushara Co. Board Rep.)

 

Paul Wade

W5590 County Road O

Endeavor, WI 53930

phone:  (608) 587-2634

     appt. 1-01, exp. 12-06

     (Marquette Co. Board Rep.)

     

Jackie Jurkowski

1508 Shelley Court

North Fond du Lac, WI 54937

e-mail:  jackieaj@charter.net

phone:  (920) 921-3281 

    appt. 1-00, exp. 12-04

 

 Merry Whipple

922 South Park Avenue

Neenah, WI  54956

e-mail:  news1mmw@athenet.net

phone:  (920) 722-5087 

     appt. 1-97; exp. 12-05

     

*Judith Malueg, Vice-President

420 Kraft St.

Neenah, WI  54956

e-mail:  judytom@execpc.com

phone:  (920) 720-9150 

    appt. 12-01; exp. 12-04

 

Tom Widener                  

129 Richard Ave.                     

Neenah, WI  54956

e-mail:  twidesr@aol.com

phone:  (920) 725-1156 

     appt. 7-99; exp. 12-05

     (Winnebago Co. Board Rep.)

     

Connie Mitchler

1112 Lawndale Court

Menasha, WI  54952

phone:  (920) 725-7140 

     appt. 12-01; exp. 12-04

 

Tom Willadsen

1032 Bowen St

Oshkosh WI 54901

e-mail:  lstpres@northnet.net

     appt. 2/17/04; exp. 12/31/06

     

John E. Muentner Sr.

W6198 Highway Y

Brownsville, 53006

phone: (920) 583-3374

     appt. 12/03; exp. 12-06

      (Fond du Lac County Rep)

 

Scott Woldt

Court House

Branch II

PO Box 2808

Oshkosh WI 54903-2808

phone: (920) 236-4828

     appt.  12/02; exp. 12/05

     
   

*Member of the Executive Committee

 

 Winnebago County:  1 vacant

 

 

Winnebago County

# Of Reps.

 

Name

Menasha

2

Mitchler, Reiland

Neenah

2

Whipple, Malueg

Omro, Winneconne

1

Stinson

Oshkosh

5

 Blassingame, Dell’Antonia, Woldt, Willadsen, Vacant

County Rep.

1

Widener

 

 

 

Fond du Lac County

 

 

Campbellsport, Brandon, Oakfield

 

1

 

Ogle

Ripon, North Fond du Lac

1

Boone, Jurkowski

Fond du Lac

3

Corbin, Rosser

County Rep.

1

Muentner

 

 

 

Waushara County

 

 

Library Rep.

1

Olson

County Rep.

1

Feavel

 

 

 

Green Lake County

 

 

Library Rep.

1

Roethel

County Rep.

1

Brennan

 

 

 

Marquette County

 

 

Library Rep.

1

Dresen

County Rep.

1

Wade

 

 

 

Total

23

 

 

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Compliance Statement

D     Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction                                                                        Submit with the 2003 System Annual Report to:

P      Public Library System Annual Report - Plan Evaluation                                                       Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction

I       PI-2404B (Rev. 12/03)                                                                                                        Division for Libraries, Technology, and Community Learning

                                                                                                                                                    P.O. Box 7841

                                                                                                                                                    Madison, WI  53707-7841

 

WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

DIVISION FOR LIBRARIES AND COMMUNITY LEARNING

 

PUBLIC LIBRARY SYSTEM ANNUAL REPORT - PLAN EVALUATION AND CERTIFICATION OF COMPLIANCE FOR CALENDAR YEAR 2003

 

__________________________________________________________________________________________Public Library System

Winnefox Library System

__________________________________________________________________________________________

 

The following statement certifies that your public library system complied with all statutory requirements for public library systems for calendar year 2003.  Indicate with a check your system's compliance with each of the system requirements.

 

S.43.24(2)  For a public library system to qualify for and maintain its eligibility for state aid under this section it shall ensure that all of the following are provided:

 

Membership Agreements

 

__x_    (a) Written agreements to provide, to any resident of the system area, the same library services, on the same terms, that are provided to the residents of the municipality or county that established the member library, except for the group programming preference authorized under s. 43.15 (4) (c) 4., and to provide for the interlibrary loan of materials among all participating public libraries, as evidenced by agreements with those libraries.

 

__x_    Copies of the most recent agreements have been filed with the Division for Libraries, Technology, and Community Learning.

 

Resource Library Agreement

 

_x__    (b)  Backup reference, information and interlibrary loan services from the system resource library, including the development of and access to specialized collections, as evi­denced by a written agreement with that library.

 

_x__    Signed copies of the 2003 and 2004 resource library agreements have been filed with the Division.

 


Reference referral and interlibrary loan

 

_x__    S.43.24(2)(d)  Referral or routing of reference and interlibrary loan requests from libraries within the system to libraries within and outside the system

 

Indicate with a check those services carried out by your system in 2003 in conjunction with this service requirement.

 

___   Reimbursed member libraries for ILL

_x__ Maintained ILL Clearinghouse

___   Contracted for ILL Clearinghouse

__x_ Maintained a shared database of member library bibliographic records and holdings

__x_ Utilized WISCAT to promote interlibrary loan

__x_ Maintained a system interlibrary loan plan

 

Others (specify):

 

 

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Other comments:

 

Winnefox accepts interloan requests from member libraries using standard request methods, including paper forms, phone, fax, direct reserves in our shared system, our own web forms, or the WISCAT ILL management system software.

 

Most requests for items owned in our system are placed directly in our shared database (and are considered to be intra-library loans) rather than through traditional mediated interlibrary loan.  Nearly all Winnefox libraries use our web forms by cutting & pasting information from WISCAT in order to request materials held by libraries outside our system.   Twenty seven of the thirty Winnefox member libraries route all ILL requests through our ILL clearinghouse.

 

As libraries continue to join our automated system we continue to see a slow decline in the number of traditional ILL requests.  In 2003 our ILL clearinghouse received 6,568  traditional mediated ILL requests from member libraries as compared to 8,534 in 2002. 

Every year we continue to see an increased number of requests from libraries outside Winnefox.  In 2003 we received 20,429 requests, or 2,612 more than in 2002.  Of  these, 9,900 were filled and 10,599 were referred to the next library in the lender string.

Use of electronic reference resources increased in 2003.  For most of 2003 we subscribed to 11 online databases that are available to all Winnefox area residents through member library web pages.  Unfortunately, we were unable to renew all our subscriptions this year and ended the year with fewer resources than we had begun with.  In spite of budget cuts we continue to support electronic services

 

In 2003 we participated in the AskWisconsinLibrarians virtual reference project.  Links were placed on library web pages and staff at Oshkosh PL took shifts as question answerers.   419 chat and email sessions originated from Winnefox member web sites.

 

We are participants in the WPLC NetLibrary e-book program which is seeing increased usage.  In 2003 1,089 e-books were checked out.
In-service training and professional consultation

 

_x__    S.43.24(2)(e)  In‑service training for participating public library personnel and trustees.

 

_x__    S.43.24(2)(h)  Professional consultant services to participating public libraries.

 

Indicate with a check those services carried out by your system in 2003 in conjunction with this service requirement.

 

_x__    Conducted workshops for member library staffs and trustees

_x__    Maintained a calendar of CE events

_x__    Provided scholarships & grants for member library staffs

_x__    Maintained a professional collection for system and member library staffs

 

Indicate consulting areas where the system provided or contracted for consulting assistance in 2003 to member libraries.

 

_x__    Public library administration and governance

_x__    Adult Services

_x__    Youth Services

_x__    Library Automation

_x__    Building & Remodeling

_x__    Technical Services

_x__    Interlibrary Loan and Resource Sharing

_x__    Staff development (Certification, CE, etc.)

_x__    Planning and evaluation, standards

_x__    Collection development

_x__    Legal issues

_x__    Public relations

_x__    Reference and information services

_x__    Special needs

 

Others (specify):

 

 

Other comments:

 

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Education continues to be a priority for Winnefox.  In 2003 we presented or sponsored 11 workshops and educational sessions on a variety of topics which were attended by 234 persons. 

 

Another useful educational tool is Ides, a monthly online newsletter with tips on useful features of Internet browsers, Outlook, & MS Office applications.

 

The Director and Assistant Director assisted member library directors and Boards with individual issues and problems.  Winnefox continues to have a strong commitment to strengthening member libraries by providing consulting and leadership on important issues.
Delivery and communication

 

_x__    S. 43.24 (2)(fm)  Electronic delivery of information and physical delivery of library materials to participating libraries.

 

Indicate with a check those services carried out by your system in 2003 in conjunction with this service requirement.

 

_x__    Had regular courier or van delivery service

___      Provided an 800 number, phone credit card, or accepted collect calls

ILL Transactions sent by:

___   BBS

__x_ Email

___   OCLC

__x_ Local automated system

_x__    Used fax for document delivery/communication

___      Used mail as primary delivery system

_x__    Published a newsletter

 

Others (specify):

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Other comments:

 

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The Winnefox delivery service showed another increase in use in 2003.  Our vans drove 66,111 miles to make 5,861 stops delivering material to member libraries, day care centers, and the Redgranite Correctional facility.  A total of 31,451 boxes were transported, almost 2,000 more than in 2002; this was on top of a similar increase in 2001.

 

Winnefox continues to emphasize advocacy.  Bookmarks with contact information on local legislators were created for each county.  An advocacy training workshop was held to encourage increased activity in this area. 

 

Shhhout!, our bi-monthly advocacy newsletter targeted for the general public continues to be a useful PR tool.  Each issue voices library and system news of importance as well as specific library happenings. A separate edition is printed and distributed in each of our counties.  Shhhout is sent to all county board members & state legislators in the Winnefox service area as well as being distributed by the libraries.

 

We have made much progress on the Winnefox extranet and it is becoming a useful communications tool.  It gathers information useful to Winnefox & member library staffs in one location and has become a place to post ‘breaking news’ on current projects.  In addition to information on Winnefox services the extranet contains links to Internet sites and forms.

 

We continue to host web sites for member libraries and offer web support services for many of them. 

 

In cooperation with OWLS we publish “Trustee Tales”, a quarterly newsletter for trustees, giving practical advice & explaining library issues.  Eastern Shores & Mid-Wisconsin Library Systems are purchasing Trustee Tales to distribute to trustees in their systems. 


Service agreements

 

__x_    S.43.24(2)(g)  Service agreements with all adjacent library systems.

 

__x_    Copies of the most recent agreements have been filed with the Division for Libraries, Technology, and Community Learning.

 

Indicate with a check those services provided for in the adjacent library system agreements for 2003.

 

_x__    Reciprocal borrowing between systems

_x__    Cash payments for cross system lending

_x__    Continuing education

_x__    Delivery

_x__    Newsletter exchange

___      Cooperative planning/information exchange

_x__    Audiovisual services

_x__    Cooperative purchasing

 

Others (specify):

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Other comments:

 

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1—Continuous monitoring of the Manitowoc-Calumet System Agreement to provide required statistics for compensation for intersystem usage.

 

2—Continued review of the service agreement with South Central.  Continued to support legislative efforts to address crossover borrowing issues.

 


Service to users with special needs

 

_x__    S.43.24(2)(k)  Promotion and facilitation of library service to users with special needs.

 

Briefly summarize the most significant specific services or initiatives carried out by your system in a special needs area in 2003.  Describe the system effort in terms of the way in which the initiative is conducted by the system.  Some systems provide direct services, other provide services to support library efforts.  Targeted special needs groups and services include those dealing with cognitive disabilities, mental illness, mobility and accessibility issues, speech and hearing disabilities, vision disabilities, literacy, poverty, and seniors with special needs. 

 

 

In 2003 we continued a 2002 LSTA grant program of purchasing assistive hardware & software to make library computers and the Internet more accessible for persons with disabilities.  Several libraries that were unable to benefit from the 2002 grant were able to do so in 2003.  In addition, we used grant funds to purchase a CCTV enlarger for one library to assist persons with visual disabilities to read print materials.

 

Winnefox continued to administer a grant to Winnebago County libraries which is being spent to improve services to persons for whom English is a second language—primarily the area Spanish, Hmong, and Kurdish communities.

 


S.43.24(2)(k) Continued

 

Please identify the agency/ies with which the system had the most contact in terms of a planning effort or project collaboration, or with which member libraries worked.  Indicate system services or types of materials involved with, or purchased for, the project.  Were any accessibility issues involved?  Identify any significant marketing done by the system to support library efforts in serving special needs populations.

 

If the system provided any continuing education programs in 2003 on special needs topics, please identify the topic(s) and speaker(s).

 

 

Although we had no additional projects relating to special needs in 2003, Winnefox attempts to foster ties with agencies serving special needs populations in our service area.  System staff attend meetings of two organizations: the “Collaboration workgroup” holds a monthly meeting of governmental and private human services agencies and the “Literacy partners”, a similar organization in Waushara County.  We also make time available at county meetings for service providers to plan cooperative services with librarians in each county. 

 

Although we have not surveyed libraries, we know through discussions that many of our libraries have close ties with local organizations & agencies serving persons with special needs. 

 

In 2003 we held one workshop on a special needs related issue.  Staff from the Winnebago Mental Health Institute presented a workshop on how to work more effectively with persons with mental illness.

 

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Other comments:

 

             Winnefox maintains a community Information & Referral database listing of almost 1,900 civic organizations, service clubs, health & social services agencies, and other community groups and the services they offer.  Many of these listings are of great potential interest to those with special needs.  This database, originally covering only Oshkosh & Winnebago County, continues to expand its coverage in the other member counties.  The online version of the I&R database is available through member library homepages.  A print edition is also distributed.   The I&R database is supported by Winnefox, Oshkosh Public Library, the Oshkosh Area United Way, the Oshkosh Community Foundation, and Winnebago County Social Services.


Other types of libraries

 

__x_    S.43.24(2)(L)  Cooperation and continuous planning with other types of libraries in the system area which results in agreements with those libraries for the appropriate sharing of library resources to benefit the clientele of all libraries in the system area.

 

_x__    An advisory committee or planning group including representatives from other types of libraries met and established objectives relating to this requirement for the plan year.

 

__x_    The system has agreements with other types of libraries, or if the system participates in a cooperation agreement with a multitype organization to meet the purposes of this goal, there is established a clear link between the system and the individual members of the multitype organization. Copies of the most recent agreements have been filed with the Division for Libraries, Technology, and Community Learning.

 

Indicate with a check system services provided to other types of libraries in 2003.

 

__x_    Consultation

__x_    Continuing education/workshops

__x_    ILL (Direct)

___      Union list of serials

__x_    Directory of libraries

__x_    Delivery services

__x_    Back-up reference services

___      Newsletter

___      Technical services

 

 

Others (specify):

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Other comments:

 

 

            Winnefox is an active participant in the Fox Valley Library Council, a multi-type organization encompassing public, school, academic, & special libraries within the Winnefox & OWLS service areas.  The goals of the organization are to promote education, resource sharing, and networking among member libraries & their staffs.  Winnefox actively supports and integrates the multi-type library service planning from FVLC into Winnefox plans and services.


Library Technology and Resource Sharing Plan

 

__x_    S.43.24(2)(m)  Planning with the division and with participating public libraries and other types of libraries in the area in regard to library technology and the sharing of resources.  By January 1, 2000, and every 5th January 1 thereafter, the public library system shall submit to the division a written plan for library technology and the sharing of resources.

 

_x_      Member public libraries and other types of libraries in the system area had an opportunity to review and comment on the plan.

 

_x__    A copy of the public library system technology and resource sharing plan has been filed with the Division for Libraries, Technology, and Community Learning.

 

Other service programs

 

S.43.24(2(i)  Any other service programs designed to meet the needs of participating public libraries and the residents of the system area, as determined by the public library system board after consultation with participating public libraries.

 

      List and evaluate each service program carried out under this statute in 2003.  Do not lump miscellaneous activities under a single “other” program.

 

 

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Winnefox Automated Library Service.   The WALS online catalog is probably the Winnefox service program that is most visible to the public, but the WALS staff serve an important behind the scenes role as well.  WALS administers the WAN that connects member libraries, runs the DRA circulation system, hosts library web pages & email accounts, provides access to online resources, and provides technical support services to member libraries.  We had hoped to bring Fond du Lac PL, our second-largest member library, into the WALS system in 2003 but both their building project and limitations in our old hardware & software prevented this.  Fond du Lac expects to join the WALS system in mid-2004, after they move to their newly expanded building and we migrate from the DRA system to the Sirsi Unicorn platform.  Planning for our spring 2004 migration to the Sirsi system took much staff time in 2003. 

 

 

 

Printing & Graphics.  Winnefox provides printing & graphics services to all member libraries at no charge.  The system provides everything from brochures & forms to custom-designed letterhead & business cards.  Use of this service continues to be popular.  The printing service made 894,951 impressions in 2003. 

 

In 2003 our graphic artist won several ‘Best of Show’ and ‘Honorable Mention’ recognitions from ALA for our original SLP materials.  She is an active participant in planning committees on the library & system level and has participated in WLA’s Support Staff Section.

 

 

Summer Reading Program.  Winnefox provides member libraries with coordinated SLP support including bookmarks, flyers, custom reading records, and prizes.  For the third year we created our own SLP theme.  The 2003 theme was “Take Flight, Read” tying in to the 100th anniversary of the Wright brother’s flight.  As a grand finale for the program Winnefox sponsored “Library Day at the EAA”.  Over 1,800 SLP participants and their families gathered at the Experimental Aircraft Association’s AirVenture Museum for an afternoon of fun.   As in past years, guest artists were scheduled and partially paid for by Winnefox. 

 

 

Marketing and Public Relations.  In spite of some setbacks, this continues to be a priority at Winnefox.  At the beginning of 2003 our Marketing & Community Relations Coordinator left for another position.  Instead of immediately filling the position we decided to engage the services of a Marketing Consultant who would evaluate our current marketing efforts and help us determine how best to focus our efforts in this area in the future.  This project began in the fall and is expected to continue through the winter of 2004. 

 

In this interim period many of the duties of the Marketing & Community Relations Coordinator –primarily newsletter editing and public information—have been taken over by other staff.

 

 

Winnefox Cooperative Technical Services.  WCTS provides cooperative collection development, selection, purchasing and cataloging & processing of materials for public libraries in Green Lake, Marquette, and Waushara Counties.  Material cataloged is entered in the WALS database and WISCAT.  In 2003 WCTS cataloged & processed 16,042 items for member libraries. 

 

Another service of WCTS is coordinating rotations of Audiobook & DVD circuits to member libraries and providing collections of large print books from the WCTS central collection.  In 2003 they circulated 9,270 large print books.

 

A new WCTS service is CD/DVD refinishing.  With the increased use of these formats libraries are receiving many more reports of damaged items, especially DVDs.  In the fall of 2003 we purchased a refinishing machine that is able to buff out many scratches; this has already proved to be a money-saver for both Winnefox & our member libraries.

 

WCTS staff travels to member libraries for consulting on collection development and to provide “workdays”, which may involve help weeding or with space reorganization.  WCTS also coordinates a Substitute Librarian program, which finds temporary help for librarians needing time away for conference attendance, classes, or vacations. 

 

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Administration

 

__x_    The system did not expend more than 20 percent of the state aid received in 2003 for administration.

 

Program Expenditures

 

Provide a summary of your public library system expenditures by system service program and fund source for 2003.


Public Library System 2003 Annual Program Expenditures

 

Program

System Aid, Carryover and Interest Earned

Other State and Federal Library Program Funds

All Other Income

Total

Technology, Reference and Interlibrary Loan*:

 

1.WALS

189,317

60,134

774,348

 

2.Reference/ILL

133,014

 

 

3.

 

 

 

Program Total

322,331

60,134

774,348

1,156,813

Continuing Education and Consulting Service*:

 

1.Education & Consulting

32,570

 

 

 

2.

 

 

 

Program Total

32,570

 

 

32,570

Delivery

77,752

 

7,488

85,240

Library Services to Special Users

19,361

 

 

19,361

Library Collection Development

56,135

 

 

56,135

Direct Payment to Members for Nonresident Access

 

 

2,848,831

2,848,831

Direct Nonresident Access Payments Across System Borders

 

 

 

 

Library Services to Youth

14,842

 

 

14,842

Public Information

149,944

 

 

149,944

Administration

126,792

 

38,647

165,439

Other System Programs:

 

     County Planning

32,823

 

 

32,823

     WCTS

1,442

 

72,344

73,786

     Service Enrichment

5,984

 

 

5,984

Totals

839,976

60,134

3,741,658

4,671,768

* These programs may be divided into subprograms at the discretion of the system.  If choosing not to use subprograms, enter amounts on program total line only.