During April, we honor our 250 dedicated library volunteers. They range in age from 14 to 90 and can be found assisting staff in the Library, on the bookmobile and at the Senior Center. Last year they provided 27,009 hours of service.
Our knowledgeable and talented volunteers are staffing the Shackley Genealogy Room, teaching computer classes, leading book discussions and current events discussions, helping people improve their English, staffing the Reading Room at the Senior Center, helping with library programs, working in the Kids' World office and assisting our reference staff. And everywhere our volunteers work, they are adding value in the lives of our entire community.
We thank all of our volunteers for their many contributions over this last year and would like to recognize the following volunteers for this year's service awards:
Judy Clemens, Autumn Corrado, Roz Eisner, Terry Gavin, Harriet Hollett, Peg Kurka, Charlotte Leventhal, Joyce Lynne, Sue Mueller, Anne Spratt, Barb Vieth, Kathi Wise
Mary Buchheit, Erv Campbell, Jack Carbery, Julia Denne, George Galvan, Hope McFadden, Ticky Scheck
Suzette Douglas, Jo Ryan, Elaine Sharp, Mary Anne Vestal, Don Wright
Dave Mills, Xuan Nguyen, Josephine Perez, Walter Vestal
Jim Anderson, Carol Friedman, Don Hartung Cindy Viti
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