Bonnie Reed retires
I came to Marshall Public Library on August 1, 2000. I worked at the Circulation Desk for the first five years. I enjoyed working with the patrons. I have been upstairs in Technical Services for eight years. I love unpacking and processing the new books. I also do mending, catalog magazines, clean discs, etc., and help with ordering the supplies we need.
I have loved working here! I plan to spend more time with my family and friends when I retire. I enjoy playing the piano, reading, doing embroidery, and crocheting. I have many other projects in my house that I might now have time to do.
I will continue to collect lighthouses. I’m thinking about a trip to the Oregon Coast next year. I’ve enjoyed my time here at Marshall Public Library. I will miss my coworkers, especially Tammie and Sheri.
Caralee Workman moves to a new career
What a fun five years I’ve had! Although I am excited to move on in my chosen career of education, I am very sad to be leaving the library staff. I have met many great people and have built lasting friendships.
The library is a wonderful place with amazing patrons and it’s a great environment you can bring the whole family to. I loved teaching the various community education classes, and I especially loved helping patrons one on one with their various tablets and e-readers while promoting our e-books. I will miss this place and the people I associated with on a daily basis. Thank you, everyone, for the great memories.
Katlynn Marchant enters ISU program
A familiar face will be leaving the Circulation Desk at the end of this month. Starting this fall, Katlynn Marchant, one of Marshall Public Library’s Circulation Librarians, will be attending Idaho State University’s Dental Hygiene Program.
Katlynn tells us, “I have enjoyed my time working here at the Marshall Public Library. I will miss working with and serving the wonderful community of Pocatello. I have loved getting to know the wonderful people that come here and I have learned much from interacting with them during my time here. I am sad to be leaving such a wonderful place, but I am excited for the challenges and the opportunities that await me in furthering my education and completing my degree program.”