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I am proud to say Tom is a graduate of Old Town High School, and a great user of the library even then.

Millie Cannon, retired librarian OTHS, currently at Dr. Lewis Libby School in 
Milford.

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> On Aug 27, 2014, at 9:44 AM, "Lord, Linda" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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> Independent book store owners were interviewed for this article as were librarians:
> Valerie Osborn, Barbara McDade, and Laurie Carpenter.  And the article includes great picture of Barbara and Valerie! A few libraries in the Bangor areas were mentioned as architectural gems.
> The author, Tom Avila, states, "The future of books is Maine is bright and we couldn't be happier."
> Bangor Metro's web site is
> www.bangormetro.com<http://www.bangormetro.com>
> As of this moment the current issue is not on line. You might want to share this with your Boards and other policy makers?
> Cheers,
> Linda

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