Fulweiler, Northfield, Secretary, elected through 2013
Finemore, Children's Services
Moore, Young Adult services, circulation clerk
Theberge, Library Assistant, tech services
McCall, Library Assistant, programming and publicity
Sibulkin, Julia Kehr, Pages
Nell Grant, Mo, Eric and Renee Boudreau, Marge Rudolph, Ginny
Timmons, Susan Nadeau, Beverly Green, Cheryl Geiger, Josie Nichols,
Don MacDonald, Jeff Tracy, Ralph Nash, Tyrone Hutchins, Tom and
Thomas Fulweiler, Dennis Lynch, and groups of students and faculty
from Tilton School. Volunteers help with plant care, recycling,
tutoring, and homebound delivery among many other things. They
contributed at least 508 hours to the library and we thank them all
for their time and energy.
were given to the library by Ernestine and Robert Dudley, as well as
their daughter, Andrea, who gave the library a collection of Tilton
and Northfield memorabilia which are worth a special visit! Other
gifts of interest to the towns include items from the photos of Dick
and Nan Smart, and seven beautiful quilt pieces made by the Ladies of
the Lake Quilters Guild in honor of Judy Gazza. Millie Shaw gave
some copies of grave markings from Park Cemetery, and James Frase-
White donated a stained glass window for the children's room. John
and Claire Tremblay, Lucinda Hope, Susan Bayley, Karolyn Carpenter,
and The T-N Rotary Club also gave us gifts. And last but definitely
not least Daniel Clark left us his property! We appreciate the many
generous acts of materials and support which we receive from the
library produced 469 programs this year and at least 4933 people of
all ages participated in one or more of them. We began offering First
Mondays, a program featuring some of the talented and interesting
people who live in our towns. They are advertised on the sign board
so if you see something that intrigues you, please come.
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 now providing a similar service for e-readers. We offer the
Encyclopedia Britannica and Mango Foreign language classes on-line.
NHSL makes it possible to access periodical and other databases with
your library card. Print periodicals are still available here and we
order new books, DVD's, and books on CD on a regular basis.
at the library include keeping access to the internet open to the
public, and finding ways to continue to serve you well during this
time of monetary challenges. We hope that you will visit us in 2011.