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Friends of the Rancho Bernardo Library Newsletter

June 2017

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Board of Directors

The Friends of the Rancho Bernardo Library Board of Directors meets on the third Saturday of odd months at 930 AM at the Library. The next Board meeting will be on Saturday, November 12, the Annual Meeting.

Board members are elected for two-year terms by the membership at the Annual Meeting of the Friends of the Library.

Board and Chairs

Officers for the upcoming year are

President

Judy Levine

Vice President Operations and Bookshop

Millie Boaz

Vice President Membership and Support

Dave Hall

Secretary

Diana Sisson

Treasurer

Paul Duggan


Committee Chairs are

Book Sales Manager

Richard Luehring

Membership

Vivian Eisenecher

Public Relations

Jeff Meyer

Workroom

Jan Ash

Newsletter

Diane Harris

Hospitality

Ginny Orchard

Lending Library

Kathy and Bob Luehring

Concert Coordinator

Harvey Levine

Website

Paul Duggan

    

Back row: Harvey Levine, Jeffrey Meyer, Kathy Luehring, Paul Duggan, Millie Boaz, Dave Hall; Front row: Judy Levine, Diana Sisson, Jan Ash, Ginny Orchard and Vivian Eisenecher. Not pictured: Diane Harris, Diane Heinz, Dick Luehring and Bob Luehring.

 

 

Library Hours

Monday 930a - 6p Tuesday 1130a - 8p Wednesday 1130a - 8p Thursday 930a - 6p Friday 930a - 6p Saturday 930a - 6p Sunday 1230p - 5p

 

Closed for city holidays.

 


Bookshop Hours

Monday 10a - 4p Tuesday 12p - 530p Wednesday 1p - 7p Thursday 10a - 4p Friday 10a - 4p Saturday 10a - 4p Sunday 1p - 4p

 

The Bookshop will be closed for city holidays.

In the case of good books, the point is not how many of them you can get through, but rather how many can get through to you.

 

 Mortimer J. Adler, philosopher, educator, and author (1902-2001)