Solana Beach Library honors volunteers at breakfast event

Ann Welton, president, Friends of the Solana Beach Library; Sheila Crosby, branch manager, Solana Beach Library; Dave Roberts, San Diego County supervisor; Mary Jane Boyd, former president, Friends of the Solana Beach Library; Jose Aponte, director, San Diego County Library; Joani Kerr, assistant branch manager, Solana Beach Library.

Solana Beach Library held a Volunteer Breakfast on Aug. 23 to celebrate its volunteers. The event is designed to thank those who take time to help better the library branch and system. Approximately 25 volunteers were in attendance, along with SDCL Director Jose Aponte and County Supervisor Dave Roberts. Everyone enjoyed breakfast which was provided by the Friends of the Solana Beach Library. The new Branch Manager, Sheila Crosby, was welcomed with a card and flowers from the Friends.

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