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Parker Library's Hill Inducted Into Hall of Fame

May 31, 2018 02:17AM ● By Theresa Gilman

Left to Right: Amy Sence, Diane Annunziato, Trustee Eric Jackson, Director Nanci Milone Hill, Cheryl Salem, and Laura Sanscartier

On Tuesday, May 22nd at the Massachusetts Library Association's (MLA) Annual Conference in Framingham, Dracut Library Director, Nanci Milone Hill, was inducted into the Massachusetts Library Association Hall of Fame.  

Inductees are practicing, retiring, or retired librarians who have made at least a ten year, substantial, sustained, statewide contribution to advancing librarianship.  

Inductees' career contributions include excellence in public service, education, advocacy, mentoring, and service to the profession.  Inductees' contribute on a regional, statewide, or national level and worked in school, public, special, or academic libraries, in library education, agencies, or associations.  The Hall of Fame was created in 1996.  Hill is the 44th librarian to be inducted.

center: Cheryl Salem

Two Parker Staff Members Earn their PARA Certificates
The MLA PARA  is a voluntary program to formally certify paralibrarians of Massachusetts who demonstrate breadth of knowledge in up to seven areas of expertise.

Paralibrarians may achieve PARA Levels 1, 2, 3 and 4. These increasingly challenging achievement levels represent points earned for education, experience, and professional activities.

center: Amy Spence

On Tuesday, May 22nd, at the MLA Annual Conference in Framingham, both Amy Spence and Cheryl Salem received their PARA certificates.  Cheryl is the Head of Circulation here at the Parker.  She received her Level 2 certificate.  Circulation Assistant Amy Spence received her Level 1 certificate.

We are proud of our staff and congratulate them on their honors.
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