Recently, the Bethel Public Library Board of Directors recognized two employees for their service to the Library, and the Bethel Republican Town Committee honored Lynn Rosato, Director of the Bethel Public Library, for her service to the Bethel community.
On Monday, April 25, 2016, the Bethel Public Library Board of Directors recognized two employees for their service to the Library. Chairman Ted Stevenson presented certificates of appreciation from the Board to Olivia Von Kohorn to recognize her for her role in making Fairfield County Giving Day a success, and to Amy Schumann to recognize her for writing and receiving a $7,500 grant for the Library, to bring technology and cultural programs to young adults. Congratulations, Amy and Olivia!
Pictured above, from left to right: Olivia Von Kohorn, staff member; Ted Stevenson, Chairman of the Library Board of Directors; Amy Schumann, staff member; Lynn Rosato, Library Director.
Then, on Saturday, April 30, 2016, the Bethel Republican Town Committee honored Lynn Rosato, Director of the Bethel Public Library. She was presented with the John L. Thiele Distinguished Service Award for her 16 years of dedicated service to the Bethel community, and for moving the Library’s $10 million project to completion, making it the crown jewel and cornerstone of our community. Congratulations, Lynn!
Also honored were Stuart Carlsen, who received the Republican of the Year award, and Don Goodrich, Chairman of the Inland-Wetlands Commission, who received the Denis J. Riordan Award.
Pictured above, from left to right: Don Goodrich; Lynn Rosato, Library Director; Stuart Carlsen.