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He’s Fake Dave Cicirelli, and beginning three years ago, the real Dave Cicirelli chronicled his odyssey in an epic series of Facebook posts, keynoted by the sudden announcement that he was quitting his job as a successful and award-winning art director in New York in order to embark upon a soul-searching, walking sojourn.

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The Middletown native tells his double-life story with double-edged candor and humor in the memoir Fakebook: A True Story. Based on Actual Lies, to be released September 17th by Sourcebooks. On Saturday November 30, the first-time author comes to the Middletown Public Library for a 2:00 pm reading appearance.


Since September 2012, The Job Help Center at the Middletown Township Public Library has expanded the assistance it offers those in career transition (including unemployed or underemployed individuals and recent college graduates as well as people re-entering the job market) by working with Neighbors Helping Neighbors (“NnN”), a job search support and networking group founded in January 2011.  The positive results of partnering with NhN have been dramatic.  In fact, at least 12 people attending the Middletown library NhN sessions have landed jobs since the meetings began here at the library.  That’s 12 local people hired in less than 10 months!  This success reflects the vibrant community of job seekers, library staff, and NhN leaders and meeting coordinators who have worked with diligence and optimism to help find work opportunities in the worst job market in decades.

Read the full article at the Middletown Patch.

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