REPORT - 2001
people hold the David A. Howe Public Library together, some of whom you may never see, but
all are equally important. Take
time to get to know the people working to meet your needs.
Genevra Miller, Vice President
Robert Heywood, Treasurer
Penny Canfield, Secretary
Lois Bulger, Children’s Librarian
Allison Midgley, Technology Coordinator
Melody Fanton, Principal Clerk
Darlene Sherwood, Senior Clerk
Marisa Hall, Senior Clerk
Betsy Kent, Library Clerk
Wesley Allen, Peter
DiBiase, Barbara Dunn, Ann Kemp, Joyce Loughlin, Louann Pawlak, Floyd
Reynolds, Richard Stanton
The David A. Howe Public Library
provides books and other materials of popular interest and permanent
value for the informational and recreational needs of all ages. Programs and services encourage reading and research for
students starting with the preschool level.
The library facilities afford a meeting place for cultural,
social, and educational opportunities.
“Use it wisely,
enjoy it freely.”
donated 606 hours over the year shelving books and videos, sorting
periodicals, mending books, maintaining database files, and doing a
variety of clerical tasks.
OF THE LIBRARY
The Friends of the Library is an auxiliary group
of volunteers that assists the library.
The Friends buy books, videos, and compact discs for the library.
They also sponsor the annual tree trim, story hours, and summer
reading programs. Anyone
may join the Friends of the Library by making a financial contribution.
This page was last updated
September 17, 2007