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Brandie Baumann bbaumann at BCR.ORG
Tue Nov 10 13:37:41 PST 2009

The following is a text-only press release from BCR. An HTML version of
this release can be viewed on BCR's website at



Brandie Baumann, BCR Communications Coordinator; 800.397.1552;
bcrpress at bcr.org


AURORA, Colo., November 10, 2009 - At the September 18, BCR Board of
Trustees meeting, incumbent Board chair, Greg Cotton, technical
services/system librarian for Cole Library at Cornell College (IA),
welcomed new and returning members to the BCR Board of Trustees.
Two newly elected trustees participated in orientation activities prior
to the Board meeting: school library trustee, Kelly Kuntz, Beaverton
(OR) School District; and at-large trustee, Lori Phillips, University of
Wyoming Libraries.  Returning for a second term each are special library
trustee, Ann Marie Clark, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center (WA);
and at-large trustee, Kate Gordon, Consortium Library, University of

BCR also welcomes a new state library representative from Nevada.
Daphne DeLeon, division administrator of the Nevada State Library &
Archives, will join the other ten state agency trustees to the Board for
the December 2009 meeting.  

The BCR Board of Trustees officers for FY 2009-2010 include Cotton,
whose tenure as Board chair was extended an additional two years to
maintain continuity on the Board and among Board officers; Ann Joslin,
Idaho state librarian, who is serving her third consecutive year as the
BCR Board of Trustees vice-chair.  Also reelected to the Executive
Committee were BCR public library trustee, Gina Millsap, Topeka &
Shawnee County Public Library (KS); Mary Wegner, Iowa state librarian;
and Ann Marie Clark.
About the BCR Board of Trustees
BCR currently is governed by a 20-member Board of Trustees, made up of
representatives from various types of libraries. BCR's Board is
comprised of the state librarians of each of BCR's 11 member states
(Alaska, Colorado, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah,
Washington and Wyoming); one trustee each representing BCR's academic
libraries, public libraries, research libraries, special libraries and
school libraries/processing centers; three at-large trustees; and the
BCR President and CEO.

About BCR
BCR brings libraries together for greater success by expanding their
knowledge, reach and power. They offer a broad range of solutions and
their hands-on, personal attention to each member enables them to
deliver effective and timely solutions that help libraries keep pace
with new developments in technology and services. BCR is the nation's
oldest and most established multistate library cooperative. Since 1935,
the BCR team has helped libraries learn new skills, reach patrons,
increase productivity and save money. BCR (Bibliographical Center for
Research) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit headquartered in Aurora, Colorado. For
more information, visit www.BCR.org or email info at BCR.org.


Brandie Baumann
Communications Coordinator
14394 E. Evans Ave.
Aurora, CO 80014-1408
p: 303.751.6277 ext 110
f:  303.751.9787
e: bbaumann at bcr.org

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