Annual Library Membership Meeting

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Date/Time: May 1, 2024 - 10:00 am - 11:30 am

Our Annual Membership Meeting is planned for Wednesday, May 1st, 10 a.m. at the library. Join us for snacks and refreshments followed by a short business meeting, Board election, and presentation by a local speaker.

The May Membership Meeting is also the Annual Meeting during which we have the election of board members and officers. Only members with paid dues may vote. Come renew or purchase your annual membership (memberships run from May to May). The May speaker will be Jennifer Reading, Director of the Seaside Public Library. Jennifer joined the Seaside Public Library a year ago, and will tell us about her career history, how she came to Seaside, and her plans for the Seaside Public Library. The meeting is open to the public, and anyone interested in becoming a library member.

Meeting hosts: Library members Pam Crone and Bonnie Neugebauer

The slate of candidates standing for election as board officers is as follows: President: Claire Landrum; Vice President: Mary Kerwin; Treasurer: Karen French; Secretary: Tammy Stewart. Standing for election for a first term as an at-large board member is: Pam Crone. Standing for re-election as at-large board members are: Amy Jones; Roger Neugebauer; Linda Sugano; Peggy Thom. Continuing as an at-large board member is: Caroline Godderz.


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