Jazz Read named Volunteer of the Year at San Manuel Library

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Jazz Read (Volunteer of the Year 2013) and Linda Lee (SML Board Chairperson) are pictured. Submitted

 

San Manuel Library Board of Trustee

The San Manuel Library has announced the 2013 VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR.  The volunteer is Jazz Read.  Jazz is a three year volunteer at the Library but actually more like a little whirlwind as she is constantly looking for things she can do to make our library a more welcoming and better functioning place.  She and a fellow volunteer reorganized and rearranged all of the material that must be stored in the “behind the desk” area which is greatly appreciated by her fellow volunteers.  She also is very willing to do extra shifts when others cannot be there.  Not only is she busy doing projects in the library she came up with the idea for our very popular “Crochet and Conversation” afternoons which she hosts. Her outgoing personality makes all our library patrons feel welcomed.  Thanks, Jazz for being such an asset to our library and congratulations on being the 2013 Volunteer of the Year!

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