Retirement open house and reception for LaWanda Roudebush


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Posted Online: Jan. 03, 2013, 2:48 pm
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Press release submitted by Davenport Public Library


Retirement Open House and Reception for LaWanda Roudebush, Davenport Public Library Director
Join the staff, library board, and FRIENDS of the Davenport Public Library on Sunday, January 13, 2013 from 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. at the Fairmount Branch Library (3000 N. Fairmount Street) for an open house and reception for LaWanda Roudebush. She ends nine years (8/6/2003 – 1/31/2013) of dedicated and enthusiastic service as the Davenport Public Library Director!

Please stop by to congratulate and wish her well in her retirement! In lieu of gifts, please consider a donation to the FRIENDS of the Davenport Public Library.

POST YOUR CONGRATULATION, THANK YOU, AND HAPPY RETIREMENT WISHES IN THE COMMENT SECTION FOR HER RETIREMENT POST ON THE PR BLOG AT http://blogs.davenportlibrary.com/pr/ or email them to marketing@davenportlibrary.com! We will print them off for LaWanda after her retirement on January 31.





















 




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