For Cuba Circulating Library Trustees
The Cuba Library Board of Trustees will conduct their monthly meeting on July 11th at 6:30 p.m. This meeting will take place in person at the library in the community room. The public is invited to attend.
The Cuba Circulating Library Board of Directors is made up of a panel of twelve (12) talented individuals. These hard-working volunteers are representatives from various areas within the library's service area. Their individual talents join to form a cohesive team dedicated to advancing the goals and values of the Library. They meet the 2nd Monday of every month at 5:30 p.m. All are welcome.
Faith Stewart, President (2022)
Sara Talbot, Vice President (2024)
Sharry Semans, Recording Secretary (2023)
Lynn Fulmer, Correspondence Secretary (2022)
Marsha Long, Financial Officer (2022)
Lin Assink (2022)
Thomas Donahue (2024)
Tracy Knavel (2024)
Lionel Legry (2024)
Wendy Sprague (2023)
Brad Weaver (2023)
Trisia Young (2023)
Buildings & Grounds – Fulmer, Weaver, Legry, Young
Finance – Long, Stewart, Assink, Dalton
Liaison to the Friends – Talbot, Young, Sprague, Knavel
Nominating – Donahue, Fulmer, Sprague
Personnel – Stewart, Semans, Donahue, Dalton
Planning – Long, Semans, Sprague, Dalton, Wise
Technology – Legry, Knavel, Assink, Dalton
Education – Semans, Weaver, Donahue
Minutes from the meetings of the Board of Trustees are available at the library on request.
COUNTY - District II
Dwight M Healy
John D Ricci
Joseph M Giglio - 148th Assembly District
George Borrello - 57th District
Tom Reed - Congressman 23rd District
Kirsten E Gillibrand - Senator
Charles E Schumer - Senator
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