These are the individuals that help you out on a daily basis to meet your library needs. Thanks to their constant attention to detail and friendly service, Salmon Public Library functions seamlessly providing the entire Salmon community a opportunity to continue to extend their already existing knowledge base.
Director at the library for over 20 years and essentially our resource for every question we can’t answer! Ramona, a Salmon native, lives in Baker and when she’s not servicing the community through Rotary or the Public Library she’s gardening or whitewater rafting. Ramona’s enthusiasm for her job can be found within this quote from her, “I love working at the library because there’s a new and challenging mystery to solve every day!”
Linda’s is responsible for keeping the lights on. Salmon Public Library’s “Financial Advisor” for four years, tediously going through mountains of paperwork behind the scenes. If she’s not in the back office crunching numbers then she’s at one of the other six businesses around town doing the same thing. But in her free time spends time with her family, knits and makes quilts. And every once and awhile able to escape out of town to such exotic places such as Jamaica!
I love people! I enjoy working at the circulation desk to help our patrons find whatever they may be looking for. My goal is to help them leave with a smile because the Salmon Public Library truly is a wonderful place. I taught in the Salmon School District for 11 years. I enjoy sailing, running, wild flowers, and have recently rediscovered a love for backpacking
Francesca first came to Salmon Library as an Americorps VISTA member, working to develop hands-on learning opportunities for kids in Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM). Now, she is excited to join the Library staff as the outreach coordinator for early childhood education, and the Program Manager for Salmon Library’s youth design space, Switch. Francesca is grateful to have the chance each day to share knowledge and resources, and to serve the community she calls home!
Youth Programs, Empowerment, & creating new innovative ideas are a few things that make his day to day joyous. Co-founder of our Design Thinking Space, Switch, Jeff continually looks to how he can serve his community best. Providing technology assistance and working collaboratively with community partners are just a few ways you might see him around town.
Seth works at the circulation desk, manages inter-library loan requests, and enjoys helping build our current collections as well as expanding new ones. He’s recently added a graphic novel collection for adults and is working on building one for the juniors. Utilizing cloud based technology, Seth strives towards a fully cataloged & inventoried collection of books.