In addition to work as library director, Jeremy is a historian who has written about the history of books, publishing, and literature. His area of focus is Oregon’s literary history. Jeremy serves on the boards of a number of non-profits that support education and development in rural Oregon. Contact Jeremy at 541-247-3452 or at email@example.com
Alta’s many interests outside the library include: photography, reading, beach combing, writing, music, people watching, exploring back roads, and more photography. Inside the library, Alta likes the children’s wordless books and numerous children’s authors and illustrators. Most of all, Alta likes reading to kids and helping them with arts and crafts. Contact Alta at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jordan pursues her passion for learning by checking out as much non-fiction from across the Dewey range as she thinks she could possibly read. If she has any time left, she’s out for a walk or run, enjoying her passion for nature. Contact Jordan at email@example.com.
Brandon spends his time away from the library working on building computers and playing video game machines he has fixed. You might catch him reading the newest issue of PC Gamer or books by authors like James Patterson, Jim Butcher, and Kevin Hearne. Contact Brandon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rusty plans and coordinates the Adult Programming at the library, and is the supervisor for the library's Teen Advisory Board. Rusty is an avid football fan and plays in multiple fantasy football leagues. He enjoys spending time out in the woods of southern Oregon hunting for mushrooms and observing wildlife. He enjoys a variety of genres and authors, but leans toward non-fiction and fantasy/sci-fi. His favorite authors are Wendell Berry and Kurt Vonnegut. Contact Rusty at email@example.com.
When Darlene is not at the library, she likes to hang out with her cats, Phoenix and Thisbee, read, draw, bake, watch Survivor, and go to the beach. Her favorite choices for reading are cookbooks, children’s books, and anything to do with animals and art.
Mary Ann Gray
Mary Ann likes to read (a lot!) mysteries, fiction, cookbooks, and westerns. She is an avid scrap booker and card maker, and loves to collect old cards and remake them into new cards and scrapbook pages.