Library Closed for Mold Removal March 23-April 7. Please Plan Ahead


The Library will be CLOSED for Two Weeks, 
MARCH 23 - APRIL 7th 
for mold remediation services.

The Library will resume normal operating hours on Wednesday April 8th under the direction of Interim Library Director Karin Fischer.

We would like to ask you to please hold onto your checked out items during this time and return them after the Library reopens.

Thank you!


Keep checking back here for further updates!

Reception for Outgoing Library Director Nancy Tusinski March 5th


Friends of the Weathersfield Proctor Library 
Cordially Invite You to
A Reception for Our 
Library Director Nancy Tusinski

Thursday March 5 from 4:30-6 p.m.
Weathersfield Proctor Library
Rte 5 Ascutney

Please come and wish her well in her new job in the Rockingham/Bellows falls library.

We will all miss her very much.

Refreshments will be served.

Library Director – Weathersfield Proctor Library (Ascutney, VT)



Library Director-32 hours per week.

The Weathersfield Proctor Library Board of Trustees seeks a creative, dynamic and motivated Library Director with a strong public service orientation for our small, but busy library.

The Director is responsible for all elements of day-to-day operations; supervises two part-time staff and a number of volunteers; works closely with the Board of Trustees to set goals and policies; develops and administers the budget; plans and markets library collections and acquisitions; promotes programs and services for all ages; communicates library needs and objectives to the public and the town boards; and keeps current with library trends and developments.

Qualifications: The ideal candidate will demonstrate excellent communication and organizational skills; will promote a welcoming and customer services oriented library; will possess strong interpersonal and collaboration skills; must be able to work cooperatively in a team-centered environment; and must possess knowledge of the Library’s technology and automated system (KOHA) and resolve computer/network issues.

Requirements:
Bachelor’s Degree in Library Science, or Library and Information Science (BLS/BLIS) from a library program accredited by the American Library Association, and two-three years professional library experience, preferably in an administrative and/or managerial/supervisory capacity in a public library.
Salary: Commensurate with experience

Job Description available upon request.

Submit a cover letter, resume and 3 professional references to Weathersfield Proctor Library Trustees c/o Town Manager, PO Box 550, Ascutney, VT 05030-0550
Or Email to: librarytrustee@comcast.net

Resumes accepted until March 27, 2015

Thank You Nancy Tusinski! Good Luck on Your Next Adventure...

The Board of Trustees want to publicly thank Library Director Nancy Tusinski for her hard work and dedication to the Weathersfield Proctor Library. She has worked tirelessly to improve our Library and we will all miss her greatly. She has accepted a librarian position closer to home.

Her last day with us will be March 5. So please schedule some time to stop by and thank her and wish her well on her next adventure.

The Weathersfield Proctor Library Board of Trustees
Ernie Shand, Chair
Jeanne Voorhees, Vice-Chair
Nancy McMenemy, Secretary
Susan Whittemore
Roderick Bates

Changes at the Library

With regret, the Library Board of Trustees accepted a letter of resignation from Library Director, Nancy Tusinski on February 19, 2015.  "I have enjoyed serving the people of Weathersfield during my three years and I will miss you all very much."  Nancy's last day will be March 5, 2015. She will be moving to a new position as the Reference and Historical Collections Librarian at the Rockingham Free Public Library.  During the transition, Library Assistant Karin Fischer will be serving as Interim Director.

It's Almost Time for the 4th Annual
Town Team Challenge!
Saturday March 21th at 7:00 pm

Watch your favorite town teams compete in this fun trivia challenge contest.  The topics include Geography, Sports, Spelling, "Name That Tune," Current Events and Weathersfield History.  Prizes are awarded for the most points and the Best Team Spirit.  All teams are collecting donations to benefit the Weathersfield Proctor Library Capital Campaign.  This is a fun and funny event and a great way to gather the community after a long and cold winter.