Judi Stork

     I have always loved going to the library. Maybe it is because of the memories it evokes from my childhood when my mother took me to our local, small-town public library. The quietness of the place with the ticking grandfather clock as the only sound. Carefully selecting the books for my week of reading. Watching the librarian stamp the due date on the card that was inserted into the pocket inside the front cover.  And most of all, just the content feeling of being able to sit and read. While the sophistication of the check-out system has changed as well as the method I utilize to read (I now use audiobooks), that satisfied feeling of checking out a new book has continued well into adulthood. ~ Judi Stork, Chair, The Library Foundation

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