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August 31, 2004 > Alameda County Library Celebrates 30 Years of Services to Seniors

Alameda County Library Celebrates 30 Years of Services to Seniors

by Richard Bray

Seniors, caregivers, volunteers, professionals and Library staff celebrated 30 years of Library Services to seniors during a tea held at the Fremont Main Library on August 10, 2004.

The afternoon celebration paid tribute to the hundreds of volunteers, many of them in the audience, who over the years have brought library materials to home and institution-bound people unable to come into their local library because of illness or disability.

A proclamation honoring the 30 years of continued service and signed by State Senators Liz Figueroa and Don Perata and Assemblymembers Ellen Corbett, John Dutra and Loni Hancock was presented to past Senior Services Directors Ruth Peterson and Judy Carlson and current Director Richard Bray. A display featuring three decades of photographs, newspaper articles and program literature helped illustrate to "veterans" and newer folks the exciting and important work of this Library program.

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2450 Stevenson Blvd.
Fremont, CA 94538
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