Friends Of The Milford Library Honors Greeters

The Friends of the Milford Library Feb. 4 honored the volunteers who have served as greeters at the library since the inception of the greeter program in 2016.

The all-volunteer, nonprofit group funds various programming at the Milford library. The Friends of the Milford Library has a table in the library lobby, from which Friends members sit and greet patrons, answer questions or accept donations.

Carmela DeVito, chair of the group, said, “The greeters being honored this year have been with the friends since the inception of the greeters table. All the greeters are friendly and answer whatever questions the patron has. The greeters are often the first point of contact for the patrons and I’ve heard many say how welcomed they feel after they’ve been greeted. Personally, this has been a wonderful experience for me and I absolutely, positively, without a doubt love being part of this amazing group.”

The Friends of the Milford Library Feb. 4 honored the volunteers who have served as greeters at the library since the inception of the greeter program in 2016. From left, back row: Terri Pitt, Cheryl Cappiali, Laura Acri, Judy Kennedy, Carmela DeVito, Rhea Spiegel, Jeff Kiernan, Marilyn May, Charlie Cook, and Elizabeth Mocarski. From left, front row: Pat Onofrio, Peggy Bolger, Judy Salamme, Arlene Painter, Pam Pilla, Rose Bradley, Florence Munz, Ro Muscatelli and Carol Tavella. Contributed photo.

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