Melinda Georgeson is the new Branch Library Assistant at the Millers Falls Library
We are very pleased to welcome Melinda Georgeson as the new Branch Library Assistant at the Millers Falls Library. She started on February 27th. She replaced Liza Graybill, who left in January.
Melinda has lived in Millers Falls for over twelve years. She is “thrilled to work at the library” and is excited to meet more Millers Falls residents.
Her love of libraries is lifelong. Her mother was a librarian; as a child Melinda would meet her at the library after school. She started volunteering in libraries as a teen, running story times. She volunteered at the Carnegie Library for over four years and also at the West Stockbridge Library in a variety of roles.
Melinda retired from the Norman Rockwell Museum after 18 years, during which time she worked her way up to serve as the Director of Education. Preceding, she was an art educator and elementary classroom teacher. She received a Master of Science Degree from Long Island University in education with a fine arts minor. She is a certified art and elementary teacher.
Melinda is a painter, singer/songwriter, creative writer, and harp player. She is very proud of her solo Christmas CD, which she performed, recorded, and produced.
Melinda is very positive, friendly, hard-working, and creative. We hope you will come meet her at an open house in her honor and welcoming spring on Tuesday, March 20th, from 3 – 6:30 p.m., or visit her during the library’s regular hours, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 2 - 7 p.m.
Posted: to General News on Tue, Mar 6, 2018
Updated: Tue, Mar 6, 2018