The 2017 GODORT Auction is now open for bidding.
Sponsored by Readex and GODORT (American Library Association's Government Documents Round Table)
Established in 1994, the W. David Rozkuszka Scholarship provides financial assistance to an individual who is 1) currently working with government documents in a library and 2) trying to complete a master's degree in library science. The award is named after W. David Rozkuszka, a former Documents Librarian at Stanford University whose talent, work ethic and personality left an indelible mark on our profession. The scholarship award is $3,000. The scholarship has assisted twenty students with their library education since 1995.
Items up for bid:
Spend four days/three nights in Naples, the gem of Florida's west coast. You'll stay in a spacious three-bedroom condominium located two short blocks from the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Enjoy world-class shopping and dining on nearby 3rd Street and 5th Avenue, the latter within walking distance of your door. Take a drive to the world-famous Everglades National Park, walk along the beach, take in glorious sunsets or dine at one of the areas many superb restaurants. (sleeps up to 6)
Take a step into yesteryear with a seven-day stay in picturesque Chester, the quintessential Vermont small town. Nestled within the famous Green Mountains, this Victorian-style home—built circa 1850—is located on the town's Main Street, less than a block from several small shops and restaurants. Enjoy the area's amazing foliage, hike on nearby trails or drive through the lovely, winding countryside to see untouched woodlands and pastoral farms.
(sleeps up to 8)
Restrictions: Auctions are for accommodations only for up to six people in Naples or up to 8 people in Chester and must be used by June 30, 2018 Subject to availability. Reservations requests may be made immediately after auction payment is received. You must be at least 21 years old in order to bid. You may bid as often as you like. Auction bidding ends at 4 pm EST on July 1, 2017.
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