Thu, 13 Jan 2022 21:14:51 +0000
Since I am the entire staff, we are closed today and until I am cleared. I have symptoms. I bet there are other one-person libraries that may face this?
Ann Morrison Spinney, PhD
Asst. Dean of Learning Resources
E. Perrin Edmunds Library
Northern Maine Community College
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Same here (as Lisa mentioned). We are staying open and trying to promote
curbside for anyone that wants it.
Unless something more goes really south, we will try our best to be open to
We did put a notice on the door about folks who are "quarantining" or
"isolating" to take advantage of curbside too.
Graves Library, Kennebunkport
On Thu, Jan 13, 2022 at 3:45 PM Lisa Auriemma <[log in to unmask]>
> Hi Leslie, we are fully open Monday -Thursday and do curbside on Fridays.
> However, we have continued to require everyone to wear masks in the
> We are not planning on changing this, but we evaluate things weekly and
> could change if thigs get worse.
> Have a great day, Lisa A.
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> Does anyone know...are there lots of other libraries that have gone to
> curbside or are nearly all of us still fully open?
> Thank you,
> Leslie Rounds
> Executive Director
> Dyer Library/Saco Museum
> 371 Main St.
> Saco, ME 04072
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