San Luis Obispo Friends of the Library

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Luncheon

2015 Annual Meeting and Luncheon

Our Annual Meeting and Luncheon featuring Sue McGinty, a local author, as our guest speaker, was held on May 7, 2015 at the Madonna Inn.  It was a great success with over 80 members and guests attending.  Our thanks to all who attended, to Sue for a wonderful talk and to Sally Hillis, Luncheon Chairperson, who, with the support of her committee and board members, planned and created the Luncheon.

Below are a few images taken during the luncheon as well as a video showing most of Sue McGinty’s talk.

 

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The main ballroom of the Madonna Inn with a packed house of attendees.

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Treasurer, Leslie Goetz, and board member, Norie Placak, greeted our guests as they checked in.

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Board Members, Rosemary Baxter and Margaret Haneberg, chatted with retired board member, Diane Diamond.

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Board President, Ken Barclay, welcomed the attendees from the podium

 

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Board member, Linda Thompson, provided a status report on the In-School Reading program at Hawthorne and C.L. Smith schools.

And Sue McGinty informed and entertained the audience:

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Our Mission

Preserve and enhance library services and materials to meet the diverse and changing needs of the community.

Our Goals

  • To raise public awareness of the library’s role in the community.
  • To raise funds and promote gifts, endowments, and bequests.
  • To advocate measures that will help preserve and enhance library services and programs.
  • To provide support to the SLO Library, its community and the SLO community.
  • To promote and support volunteer services to the SLO library.

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