FIVE STARS: LIBRARIES BUILD COMMUNITY

April 30, 2013 at 12:06 am Leave a comment

Barb Brattin, director, Wilkinson Public LIbrary

Year after year, the Library Journal Index of Public Library Services, a public library rating system, has designated Telluride’s Library a five-star institution. And in 2012, it earned its fifth star in a row, which puts The Wilkinson Public Libraryinto an elite club of 30 libraries that have seen stars five years in a row and third in the nation among public libraries with annual budgets of $1 – 5 million, hence the name of library director Barb Brattin’s semi-regular column, “Five Stars.” This week the library’s head honcho talks about our library’s major role in building community.

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