Fulweiler, Northfield, Secretary, elected through 2010
Finemore, Children's Services
Moore, Young Adult services, circulation clerk
Theberge, Library Assistant, tech services
McCall, Library Assistant, programming and publicity
Crandall, Rachel Sibulkin, Kelsea Morrison, Julia Kehr, Pages
Nell Grant, Bonnie Randall, Mo, Eric and Renee Boudreau, Marge
Rudolph, Ginny Timmons, Susan Nadeau, Beverly Green, Cheryl Geiger,
Josie Nichols, Don MacDonald, David Bienvenu, Donald Rodriguez, Jeff
Tracy, Ralph Nash, Tyrone Hutchins, Tom and Thomas Fulweiler, Dennis
Lynch, and groups of students and faculty from both Tilton School and
Spaulding Youth Center. Volunteers take care of our inside and
outside plants, recycling, and homebound delivery among many other
things. They contributed more than 623 hours to the library and we
thank them all for their time and energy.
were given to the library by John and Claire Tremblay, Lucinda Hope,
Jeff Milroy, James Watkins, Juanita George, and friends and family of
Judy Gazza. In addition many people in the two towns gave us
materials to either add to our collection or sell in our on-going
book sale. We appreciate the many generous acts of which we are the
library produced 462 programs this year, ranging from weekly story
times, to book talks at schools in the district. At least 4,172
people of all ages participated in one or more of these. We have
experienced knitters who teach beginners to knit. We're now up to
four monthly book discussion groups. There are literacy programs for
adults. People play Scrabble and chess here on a weekly or monthly
basis. It seems like there is always a library event happening within
or beyond these doors.
audio books offer the newest popular titles and old favorites for you
to listen to on your MP3 and now on your IPod, and the state library
is working on providing a similar service for ereaders. The state
library also makes it possible to access periodical and other
databases online with your library card. Print periodicals are
available to read here or, if not the current issue of a magazine, at
home. We order new books, DVD's, and books on CD on a regular basis.
Our yearly circulation is again over 66,000.
building has had some work done on it this year. We have high hopes
that this winter will prove leak free, and that our chimney is in
good shape for a few more years.
number of people through our doors on a regular basis continues to
increase. We would like nothing more than to see you join, use, and
enjoy the library in 2010.