Glover honored by Paris Public Library trustees as he retires

PHOTO: Bonnie Ripley, president of the Paris Public Library Board of Trustees, presents Raymond Glover a plaque recognizing his service to the library and his designation as a trustee emeritus. (Submitted photo)

SOUTH PARIS — Paris Public Library Board of Trustees recently recognized retiring board member Raymond Glover for 45 years of service by making him a trustee emeritus.
For many years, Glover has been the vice president of the Paris Public Library Association and has been the corporate registered agent with the state for more than 25 years. Readily and regularly assisting in a wide-range of library programs and events, his skills at the cash-box during the library’s annual used book sales will be especially missed, library board officials said.
Glover joins Jane Gibson and Carolyn Blais as trustees emeritus for the Paris Public Library. His retirement opens a trustee position on the library’s board, which oversees the library and its operations. Anyone who is a resident of Paris, 18 years old or older, is invited to apply to join the Board of Trustees, which meets in the evenings of the third Thursday of the month.
For more information, call the Paris Public Library at 743-6994 or email paris.public.library@MSLN.net.