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Over 20 Worcester Public Library Volunteers Honored During Luncheon

Saturday, July 21, 2018

 

Over 20 Worcester Public Library volunteers honored during luncheon

Over 20 volunteers attended the 2018 Volunteer Recognition Day luncheon on Thursday at Worcester Public Library.

Worcester Public Library volunteers who were able to attend the event include Irene Adamaitis, Katherine Bagdis, Julie Barrow, Lee Bona, Harold Boucher, Susan Dion, Maureen Dunn, Jeanne Gallagher, Sheila Herbst, Grit Jana, Noemi Jordan, Richard Lagueux, Nick Lewis, Rosemary McCarthy, George Mercier, Brenda Montalvo, Agnes Nantambi, Iomara Ocasio, Stephanie Pasha, Deborah Shaw, Delia Trainor, Chris Weinrobe, and Molly Welch. The Worcester Public Library would also like to thank and acknowledge the many volunteers who were unable to attend.

Volunteer Recognition Event

The event is held every year in order to honor the volunteers of the Worcester Public Library, and thank them for all they do for our community.

Iris Delgado, Youth Services Manager joined Geoffrey Dickinson, Head Librarian of the Worcester Public Library, and Stephanie Pasha, President of the Board of Directors of the Worcester Public Library, to express their gratitude.

Dickinson told the audience that the volunteers’ collective service equaled more than 6,000 hours a year of additional benefits to our community.

“It is amazing that you spend your free time making sure we can succeed, and that the mission of the library is achieved,” Dickinson said.

The volunteers were welcomed by James Estrella, Human Resources Manager, and Cheryl Lindsay, Human Resources Assistant, as well as many staff members who personally benefited from the volunteer program.

 

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