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Board of Trustee

Diana Zimmerman (Position 1, expires 12/31/2018 )

Diana is a Cathlamet native who graduated from Wahkiakum High School in 1987, then attended Whitworth to study English Lit. She loves libraries and would do anything to support them, believing that libraries are the "best places in the world". Currently Diana is employed as a newspaper reporter for the Wahkiakum County Eagle. She enjoys kayaking, swimming, reading (of course), and aspires to world travel.

 Rose Rendler (Position 2 open, expires 12/31/2020) 

 

Mary Bush (Position #3, expires 12/31/2019)

 

  Stephanie Leitz (Position 4, expires 12/31/2017) Stephanie earned a degree in education from WSU, Pullman, after graduating from high school in Longview, Washington. She started her career as a classroom teacher and recently earned her administrator certification. She is currently the Principal of Wahkiakum High School. Stephanie and her husband Steve are raising 4 children. All family members are avid readers. Her hobbies include spending time her family reading, playing soccer, skiing and traveling.

Jean Burnham (Position 5, expires 12/31/2016)

 

 

Board of Trustees Roles & Responsibilities

Bylaws

Town of Cathlamet Library Ordinance

2016 Strategic plan

2015-2016 Board Meeting Minutes

January 2015 notes

February 2015 notes

March 2013 - no meeting

April 2013

May 2013

June 2013 Special Meeting

June 2013

July 2013 - no meeting

August 2013

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December 2013

 

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