Board of Trustees
The Board of Trustees is comprised of eight members, who are elected for two-year terms. The Board of Trustees is responsible for overseeing the Management Team, as well as approving major purchases or changes in Library policies. The Board members elect a Chair, Vice Chair, and Secretary from among the Trustees. To contact Board Members, send an e-mail to the Library and put "Board of Trustees" in the subject line.
Note: Minutes from the Board of Trustees meeting are in a notebook in the Library.
2016 Board of Trustees
- Chairperson: Jo-Anne Huber
- Vice-Chairperson: John Gillem
- Secretary: Debbie Johnson
- Joyce Frey
- Laura Livingston
- Jean McLean
- Sharon Vincent
- Jerry Wheeler
Quarterly Board of Trustee meetings will be held at the HQRL classroom at 6:30 p.m. on the following dates in 2016:
- April 19, 2016
- July 19, 2016
- October 18, 2016
Board meetings are open to all Library members in good standing.
The Management Team is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the library. Members attend monthly meetings and perform or delegate duties for a specific Management Team position. As a team, we generate income, recruit new members and librarians, prepare the budget, analyze monthly financial reports, prepare the business plan, protect the library’s assets, and provide patron/customer service. To contact a member of the Management Team, send an e-mail to the Library and put the name of the Management Team position (such as Bookstore Manager) in the subject line.
The Management Team, which reports to the Board of Trustees, is comprised of the following positions:
- Director: Jim Johnson
- Bookstore Manager: Mike Cook
- Education Coordinator: Dee Haviland Fournier
- Head Librarian: Jeanine Barndt
- Information Technology/Webmaster:
- Newsletter Editor: Rachel Farley
- Office Manager: Carolyn Harkness
- Promotions Coordinator: Sue Perrault
- Secretary: Evelyn Hoebelheinrich
- Treasurer: Jerry Wheeler
- Volunteer Coordinator: Renae Carnay
Typically, librarians work a 6-hour day on the same day every week or every other week. If you would like to work less than that, we still need you. We provide training and schedule two librarians to work at the same time so you will be paired up with a more experienced librarian. Time can be spent doing personal research if a patron does not need help or if there are no other library duties to be performed.
Volunteer to teach a class, share your knowledge
Volunteer to accompany Books On the Road and Autumn Quest, our annual fund-raising efforts.