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Brunjes joins Sno-Isle Libraries board | KUDOS

Patricia Brunjes of Clinton has been elected to the Sno-Isle Libraries Foundation Board of Directors.

Brunjes retired as the superintendent of the Glenwood School District in 2000. Her extensive career as a high school and college educator in the Northwest includes positions as speech and English teacher, librarian and assistant principal.

Brunjes remains active in her community as co-chairwoman of the Whidbey Island Writers Association, past president and current member of the Friends of the Clinton Library, a member of Sno-Isle’s Whidbey Reads committee, as well as several other community groups.

“At a time when we are losing libraries and library services, I see it as imperative that we keep these treasures alive,” Brunjes said.

 

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