Hurricane Katrina

  • As part of Kutztown University’s efforts to support those affected by Hurricane Katrina, the Rohrbach Library has placed collection jars at our circulation desks (main desk, CMC, and AVC) as well as at the coffee shop. All money collected will be donated to the American Red Cross.
  • For a nice compilation of reviewed Web sites relating to Hurricane Katrina, try the Librarians’ Index to the Internet site:
  • Hurricane Katrina Information from LII.org
    http://lii.org/search?query=hurricanekatrina
    (“The mission of Librarians’ Index to the Internet is to provide a well-organized point of access for reliable, trustworthy, librarian-selected Internet resources, serving California, the nation, and the world.“)

    2 Responses to “Hurricane Katrina”


    1. 1 Bob Flatley September 6, 2005 at 7:14 pm

      Great, maybe we could put a collection jar on 2nd floor. RL203 could be the location.

    2. 2 Rohrbach Library September 12, 2005 at 12:35 pm

      Unfortunately, there were no more containers. However, in the first week, the library collected around $104 for the American Red Cross. The collection will continue at least for the next week or so.


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