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Morrisson-Reeves Library
80 North 6th Street
Richmond, Indiana 47374 USA
Phone (765) 966-8291
Fax (765) 962-1318 
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Contact Library Staff
 

Library Director
Paris Pegg
pegg@mrlinfo.org

Human Resources Manager
Laura I. Kehlenbrink, SPHR
kehlenbrink@mrlinfo.org

Library Business Manager
Barbara Judy
bjudy@mrlinfo.org

Audio-Visual Services Manager
Alex Sarkissian
alex@mrlinfo.org

Archivist
Sue King 
king@mrlinfo.org

 

Adult Services Manager
Melissa Hunt
mhunt@mrlinfo.org

Technical Services Manager
Systems Administrator
Sarah Morey
morey@mrlinfo.org

Children's Services Manager
Lou Spicer
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Jenie Lahmann
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MRL’s Mission Statement

To inspire our community.

MRL Vision Statement

Be a vibrant, vital community resource for imagination and growth.


MRL Roles for Service

Primary Roles

  • Reference Library: The Library actively provides timely, accurate and useful information for community residents in their pursuit of job-related and personal interests. The Library provides on-site and telephone as well as electronic reference/information services to aid users in locating needed information.
  • Popular Materials Library: The Library features current, high demand, high interest materials in a variety of formats for persons of all ages. The Library actively promotes and encourages the uses of its collections.
  • Secondary Roles

  • Preschooler’s Door to Learning: The Library encourages young children to develop an interest in reading and lifelong learning through services for children and for parents and children together. Parents and other caregivers can locate materials on reading readiness, parenting, child care and child development. Cooperation with other agencies in the community is on-going.
  • Independent Learning Center: The Library supports individuals of all ages pursuing a sustained program of learning independent of any education provider. These individuals set their own learning objectives to meet such concerns as citizen education, self-improvement, job-related development, hobbies and cultural interests.
  • GOAL: Morrisson-Reeves Library meets the recreational, informational and educational needs of people of all ages and ability levels. Focus is on providing materials in a variety of presentations and technologies in diverse subject areas that represent broad viewpoints with a special emphasis upon high demand items.

     

    MRL Board of Trustees

    What are the best things about Morrisson-Reeves Library? What is the library's role in the community? How will the library change with the future? These are the questions posed to the Board of Trustees of Morrisson-Reeves Library. And their answers, unknown to them, were generally the same. The library is a place that provides access to information and entertainment for a diverse community. While the future holds many changes in technology, their view is that the library's role will remain the same; to provide access to information and entertainment for a diverse community. And the best thing about the library? You guessed it; entertainment and access to information. The response to these questions indicate the approach the board takes when charting a course for the library, whether navigating through the present or sailing on to the future. The most important concept taken into consideration is access. Access to all members of the community to as much information as they need whether it be through materials, programs or new technology.

    Member
    Position
    On Board Since
    Ann Hanes
    President

    2000

    Susan Isaacs
    Vice President

    2010

    Kent Klinge
    Treasurer

    1997

    Paris Pegg
    Ex-officio Secretary

    2011

    Adam Reising
     Member

    2015

    Typically the Library Board of Trustees meets the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 5:00 p.m. in the Kleinknecht Board Room.  Occasionally this date is changed. Please contact the library for future meeting dates.


     


     

     

     

     

     


     


    Morrisson-Reeves Library
    80 North 6th Street
    Richmond, IN 47374-3079
    U.S.A.
    Phone (765) 966-8291
    Fax (765) 962-1318

    e-mail us library@mrlinfo.org

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