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I’m writing in support of Sandy Senior-Dauer and Karin Badger for the positions of Library Board of Trustees. I know them both and respect their integrity and diligence, always caring for Chester’s common good.
Sandy Senior-Dauer is a long time active resident and has served for 16 years on the Library Board and is presently vice-chair. She also is the vice-president of Chester Historical Society and a retired award winning history teacher. Sandy received the Pillar of Chester volunteer award because of all the hard work and accomplishments she has had serving our town.
Karin Badger is an art director and graphic designer working for U.S., U.K., and German publishing companies among other businesses. Her long time love of books resulted in her specializes in book design. Badger has been active member of our community and presently serves on the board of the Robbie Collomore Series, and has volunteered for the Chester Historical Society and BRAYCE.
Libraries have always been a part of both Sandy and Karin’s lives. They both have a deep understanding and appreciation of the positive influence a library has in a community. Both are active with Chester’s library, attending all the meetings from the present building renovation and its importance as a historic building, as well as focus groups and meetings on the current potential of North Quarter Park.
Sandy and Karin will both continue to question and challenge the current development project and future of our library to ensure that whatever the outcome, it properly reflects Chester. They are committed to listening to every resident’s opinion and they continue to reach out so every voice is heard to ensure proper representation of our residents’ wants and needs for our library. I encourage your readers to join me in voting for them on Nov. 3.
Lori Ann Clymas
Lori Ann Clymas is the Democratic candidate for Regional Board of Education.
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