Dragonfly Project receives National Tribal Project Award
The 2007 National Conference of Tribal Archives, Libraries, and Museums awarded the Dragonfly Project with its Guardian of Languary, Memory and Lifeways award. This award honors distinguished men and women for outstanding contributions to the field through its Guardians of Language, Culture, and Lifeways Awards Program. The Project Category recognizes outstanding projects in seven categories: Outreach or Education Program; Interpretive Exhibit; Conservation or Preservation Project; Promotional Piece; Publication; Newsletter; and Website.
The purpose of the Awards Program is to:
* recognize recipients before their peers as part of the 2007 National Conference of Tribal Archives, Libraries, and Museums;
* acknowledge and encourage activities of the highest quality; and
* provide vehicle for promoting individuals and institutions through media news releases.
HBPL award winners get their picture with the American Library Association President at the 2007 Tribal Archives, Libraries Museums Conference in Oklahoma City.
(Pictured from Left to Right: Cherri Price, Library Board Member and SEARHC Substance Abuse Prevention Specialist, Loriene Roy, American Library Association President, and Jessie Morgan, HBPL Library Page.)