What are you waiting for?

Hello,

First, let me introduce myself. My name is Laura Primrose and I am the new Circulation Supervisor here at the Community Library. I joined the library in early July, and I’m so excited to be on the Library team! Having the opportunity to live and work in such a beautiful area is a dream come true. We often used to camp at Alturas Lake during summer vacations. Many wonderful memories have been created there for me and my family.

So, what does a Circulation Supervisor do exactly? Boss people around, look down over my glasses with a disapproving look, always speak in a hushed voice? Nope!

My purpose everyday is to help people achieve their life’s goals. Do you want to learn French and then “laissez les bon temps rouler?” How about learning to play the guitar? We have several available for check out! Research for that round-the-world vacation? Need to restore that ‘72 muscle car(finally)?

The Community Library has the resources, tools and energetic staff to help you achieve your goals. We have access to relevant, credible and authoritative information to help you navigate your journey.

Did I mention our FREE databases! Your library card doesn’t just allow you free access to books, CD’s and DVD’s, you also have access to our many free databases, even from home.

  • Need to study for that test at 2 am while in your PJ’s? Use our Learning Express database.
  • Want to know the latest information on cholesterol drugs? Look it up on our Consumer Health database.
  • Will fracking put too much fizz in your water? Look up both sides of this hot topic in our EBSCO’s MasterFile Premiedatabase of magazines, journals, and academic periodicals.

As you can surmise, I’m passionate about libraries and how they can change lives. Please stop by and let our friendly staff show you all of the amazing, eclectic, even hair-brained, some may say, materials available for FREE at The Community Library.

So, what are you waiting for?

Lives Change @ Your Library

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