February Virtual Board Meeting


Time: February 1, 2021 at 6:45 pm 

Join Zoom Meeting

Electronic remote access, in accor­dance with the MDHHS order and Senate Bill 1108, will be imple­ment­ed in response to COVID-19 social dis­tanc­ing require­ments. The pub­lic may par­tic­i­pate in the meet­ing through Zoom access by com­put­er and smart phone using the fol­low­ing link:


Meeting ID: 830 4561 4902

Passcode: 117654

By Phone: 1 (312) 626‑6799

Meeting ID: 830 4561 4902

Passcode: 117654

The start time is at 6:45 to have the Truth in Taxation Hearing.

Members of the pub­lic will only be able to speak dur­ing the pub­lic com­ment por­tion of the meet­ing and such com­ment will be lim­it­ed to three min­utes per per­son. To pro­vide for order­ly pub­lic par­tic­i­pa­tion, a per­son wish­ing to speak must state their name and request to be rec­og­nized by the Library Board President. The Library Board President will rec­og­nize all per­sons wish­ing to speak dur­ing pub­lic com­ment. The Millington Arbela District Library will pro­vide nec­es­sary rea­son­able aux­il­iary aids and ser­vices to indi­vid­u­als with dis­abil­i­ties at the meet­ing upon 72 hour advance notice by con­tact­ing Sarah Rick, Director by email or phone list­ed below.

For assis­tance, please email director@millingtonlibrary.info or call the library at 989.871.2003

Create Your Own Comic Class

Are you a teen look­ing to cre­ate a com­ic. You’re in luck, the library is host­ing com­ic artist Meggie Ramm to teach stu­dents how to make their own com­ic. If inter­est­ed RSVP to staff@millingtonlibrary.info.

New Books!

We’ve got some great new sto­ries for peo­ple of all ages! If you would like to check out any of these books either make a hold on our web­site or call the library. We will hold it for you for car side pick up.

Read Native Reading Challenge

The American Indian Library Association and Saginaw Chippewa Tribal Libraries has invit­ed us to join the Read Native Challenge. The chal­lenge to sup­port indige­nous authors, sci­en­tists, leg­is­la­tors, sto­ry­tellers, and cre­ators. If you would like to try this read­ing chal­lenge, you can click on the link below to get your own copy of the chal­lenge (there is one for kids and adults)



  • Use the attached chal­lenge lists!
  • Read each of the sug­gest­ed cat­e­gories and write the title of your choice on the line next to the entry.
  • Read chal­lenge entries in any order you choose.
  • Take a pic­ture of your com­plet­ed book list and send it along with your con­tact infor­ma­tion to readnative21@gmail.com for a change to win prize packages!

The library can help you com­plete this chal­lenge! We have books that fit cat­e­gories and can assist in find­ing mate­ri­als that would match with a subject.