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Woman’s Club Honors Volunteers
Wednesday, April 14, 2010 • Posted April 13, 2010

On Tuesday, April 6, the Blanco Woman’s Club honored the many volunteers of the Blanco Library with a luncheon in their honor. Charlene Pace, owner of The Blanco Settlement, graciously hosted this event. Flowers adorning the tables were donated by the Arnosky Family Farm, and Charlene Pace and Candy Cargill Wenzel, of Hill Country Real Estate, donated small gift packages. Jan Redmond, the former librarian of the Blanco Library, was the Mistress of Ceremonies and Crystal Spybuck, the present librarian, assisted Jan with the presentation. Jan delivered literary quotes that suited each volunteer’s personality while Crystal personally thanked the volunteers as she presented their gifts.

The volunteers truly appreciated the hard work of the luncheon committee, which included Charlene Pace, Candy Cargill Wenzel, Kathee Copeland, Diane Turner, Viki Simmons, Ann Wynn, Bonnie Holmes, and Jan Redmond. Jim Nash and Stephanie Sierra provided the extra help needed for the occasion.

The library volunteers are essential to keep our Blanco Library doors open, and each year The Blanco Woman’s Club or Friends of the Library provide a luncheon to show how much the volunteers’ hard work and devotion is appreciated.

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