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Director's Message


A Message from our Director, Kacie V. Armstrong

On August 12, 1935 President Franklin Roosevelt signed the now infamous Social Security Act. This was sweeping legislation for that time period in that it provided numerous programs to aid various groups of Americans. While this momentous act was being signed, in the township of Euclid, Ohio, Ida Allen, Sam Foster, Edwin Johnson, Marguerite Lee, Joseph Maddox, J.W. Rankin and Alden Woodley were enacting a library resolution to become the first Trustees for the newly formed Euclid Public Library.

This year, we will celebrate 80 years of service to our community. Who knew that such a seemingly small decision by seven community members would have such a great impact upon our city? From storytimes and books to outreach services and computers, the library has been a critical part of this community. Throughout this year, we invite you to take a journey back to 1935 with us. What was Euclid like in 1935? What did families do for entertainment? What was the popular style of dress for women and men? Besides the Social Security Act, what other important world events occured? Lastly and most important, what was the most popular book to read?

In 2015, not only will we take a walk down memory lane, but we will continue to provide innovative and award winning programs, services and materials to meet your needs! In 1935, families would have enjoyed checking out the new Little House on the Prairie book. Now, in 2015, families still can check out the classic Little House on the Prairie or enjoy downloading books, movies and music to their computer, smartphone or eReader device. Euclid Public Library is pleased to offer you a new online streaming service called Hoopla. Through Hoopla, you can download audio books, music and movies. If you want to read a magazine, download our free Zinio app for the most popular titles and don’t forget about our hundreds of thousands of titles available through Overdrive. We look forward to you joining us as we celebrate our 80th anniversary!

(216) 261-5300, ext. 101
karmstrong@euclidlibrary.org





Euclid Public Library Annual Report


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 2013 Annual Report





Phone & Email Directory


Name Email Extension
Adult Services Department Information Desk 
 idesk@euclidlibrary.org 
 4 
Adult Services Manager - Karla Bowman 
 kbowman@euclidlibrary.org 
 301 
Children's Services Department Children's Desk 
 askchildrens@euclidlibrary.org 
 5 
Children’s Services Manager - Teresa Smith
 tsmith@euclidlibrary.org 
 401
Circulation Department Circulation Desk 
 ill@euclidlibrary.org 
 3
Circulation Manager - Cheryl Burley 
 cburley@euclidlibrary.org 
 501 
Fiscal Officer - David Piskac
 dpiskac@euclidlibrary.org 
 104 
Marketing/Communications Manager - Rebecca McFarland 
 rmcfarland@euclidlibrary.org 
 107 
Director - Kacie Armstrong
 karmstrong@euclidlibrary.org
 101 
Maintenance Supervisor - Adam Sheck
 asheck@euclidlibrary.org 
 801 
Outreach Supervisor - Jennifer Lottes
 jlottes@euclidlibrary.org 
 701 
Technology Manager - Matthew Augustine
 maugustine@euclidlibrary.org 
 601 
Young Adult Librarian - Dawn Sardes
 dsardes@euclidlibrary.org 
 309