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Library Case 1 - see map

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Rob Lopresti
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Library Case 2 - see map

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Extended Education
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Library Case 3 - see map

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Extended Education
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Library Case 4 - see map

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Library Case 5 - see map

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Library Case 6 - see map

The Library wouldn't be able to open its doors and serve our patrons without our marvelous Student Workers.

We want to say "Thank YOU" to each and every one of them.

They are the BEST!


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Library Student Supervisors
Library Case 7 - see map

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Sylvia Tag
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Library Case 8 - see map

Inspiring youth through academic enrichment and recreational activities.


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Mathes Figurine Exhibit - see map

"Space: the final frontier.  These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise.  Its five year mission: to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations, to boldly go where no man has gone before."  That is the opening monologue of the original Star Trek television series which aired from September 1966 to 1969.  "Student", the Lladro porcelain figurine from the Mathes Reading Figurine Collection, has the look of a young man daydreaming about outer space, letting his imagination take him to these very distant places where no man has gone before.


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Pattie Moon