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Year in Volunteering – 2016

There’s no way one blog post can capture the scope and scale of the work that CLP volunteers do (The final numbers aren’t in yet, but to-date, volunteers have contributed more than 34,000 hours to CLP in 2016!), but this post is meant to be an overview of the work they do to make our library, and indeed, our community, stronger. If you’ve ever wondered about how we’re able to accomplish so much, this is a reminder that our community has a lot to do with it!

Theresa Kail-Smith

COUNCIL PRESIDENT THERESA KAIL-SMITH Councilwoman Smith was elected in February of 2009 as a member of Pittsburgh City Council representing District 2 neighborhoods. She currently serves as Council President.  Theresa is currently a board member of the Municipal Pension Fund, Firemen’s Relief and Pension Fund, Policemen’s Relief and Pension Fund, Land Bank, Urban Redevelopment Authority […]

July Program-alikes

Although Allegheny County has moved into the green phase of reopening, you may be feeling uneasy about attending in-person services. While practicing and encouraging safety, the Library offers many ways to accommodate the community’s needs. We offer Curbside Service (with more locations starting Tuesday, July 14!), Book a Librarian 1:1 Appointment, Chat With the Library, […]