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Langley's Kortlever elected to library board | KUDOS

Ken Kortlever of Langley has been elected as the new secretary for the Sno-Isle Libraries Foundation.

Kortlever was one of four new officers elected to the board of directors at the foundation’s January meeting.

Rose Olson of Camano Island is the newly elected president. She served the past two years as vice president, and treasurer previous to that. Caryl Thorp of Marysville is the new vice president, and Marisa Clayton of Edmonds is the new treasurer.

“I’m very excited to be moving forward with this dedicated group of board members,” said Angelique Leone, executive director of the Sno-Isle Libraries Foundation. “Each one brings their unique experience and insight and a commitment to enriching the library experience.”

The foundation was created in 2000 to raise private funds to enhance the Sno-Isle Libraries in Island and Snohomish counties.

 

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