North Country Library System honored Marian Stanton, president of the board of trustees at the Fulton Public Library, as “Trustee of the Year” at its annual meeting on September 27.
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The meeting was attended by more than 120 library staff and trustees as well as Assemblywoman Addie Russell and a representative from Senator Ritchie’s office, Matt McCluskey.
The keynote speaker was Margie Ingram of the Humor Project.