How does one even begin to say enough “Thank Yous” for ten years of volunteer service!? In our April board meeting, we said good-bye to Doris Townsend, who has recently fulfilled her two, five-year terms, the maximum allowed, on the City of Redmond’s Library Advisory Board.
Doris began her service in 2001, shortly after the opening of the building that currently houses the Redmond Regional Library (which opened in late 1999.) Having worked in libraries, she was a perfect addition to the City’s Advisory Board. Doris is also an active member of the Friends of the Redmond Library and was very helpful as a liaison between two groups that advocate and support Redmond and its library.
Not to fear, we will still see Doris at the library! From her work on the Friends, attending various programs, and bringing her grandchildren to pick up books, she still has many reasons to see us!
With Doris’ retirement, we have an opening on the Board. Interested in serving? Please see the City of Redmond’s Community Service Application. The position will be opened until filled.