Seeking progressive, service-oriented leader to provide leadership and direction in a busy, customer service oriented public library serving a community of 10,500 in Central Massachusetts. Requires a Master’s Degree in Library Science from an American Library Association accredited graduate school and a Certificate of Professional Librarianship issued by the MBLC. Minimum of six (6) or more years of progressively responsible public library experience including three (3) or more years of proven budgetary and personnel management experience. Salary range $51k-$63K. Submit a cover letter, resume, and three professional references to Lynn Dobson at: email@example.com or Lynn Dobson, Trustee Chair, Richard Sugden Library, 8 Pleasant Street, Spencer, MA, 01562. Cover letters and resumes received by July 15, 2016, will receive priority consideration.
Check out the Friends of the Library On-going Book Sale located on the Main Floor and the Childrens Room of the Library!
JOIN THE FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY!
Did you know the Friends of the Library help fund the cost of the programs offered at the library? Please consider becoming a Friend of the Richard Sugden Library. Annual membership in the Friends is only $5 for an individual and $10 per family. Larger contributions are certainly welcomed. All membership contributions are tax deductible. If you attend just one program at the library, your membership is more than covered. Where else can you go to see a puppet show, attend a concert, or learn to dance for just $5? Membership forms are available at the library. Ask for one the next time you visit!
Friends of the Library Membership Form
Membership dues are only $5.00/year. Help your Library by becoming a friend. Friends are needed in various volunteer capacities. All help is appreciated. No amount is too little
Take MA Pike Route 90 to Exit 9. After tolls, take the exit for Route 20 East/Charlton. Follow Route 20E past Walmart plaza (on your left). After Walmart, move into the LEFT lane. Take left onto Route 49. Follow Route 49 to end. Take right onto Route 9 East. At 2nd light, take LEFT onto Route 31 North/Pleasant St. The Library is on your right. Parking lot is across the street from the Library’s main entrance.
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How much do you know about the sinking of the USS Indianapolis?
Sinking of the USS Indianapolis: July 30, 1945
In the early morning of July 30, 1945, the USS Indianapolis, on its way from Guam to the Philippines, was struck by two torpedoes fired by a Japanese submarine and quickly sank, resulting in the largest loss of life at sea in U.S. Navy history.
On July 16, the Indianapolis, a cruiser, left San Francisco headed for the island of Tinian in the Marianas. On board was a secret cargo that included parts to be used in the atomic bombs that would be dropped on Japan. Having received repairs in San Francisco for damage done by a kamikaze attack, the Indianapolis made record time to Tinian, then headed for the Philippines by way of Guam.