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DAVIESS COUNTY LIBRARY BOARD MEETING

The Daviess County Library Board consists of five members appointed by the Daviess County Commissioners. Members represent demographic areas of the county and are appointed to four-year terms. The Library Board meets the third (3rd) Thursday, monthly, at 4pm, in the Community Room. Any scheduled changes or special meetings are posted in the library foyer.
  • DAVIESS COUNTY LIBRARY BOARD MEETING
  • 2022-02-17T16:30:00-06:00
  • 2022-02-17T23:59:59-06:00
  • The Daviess County Library Board consists of five members appointed by the Daviess County Commissioners. Members represent demographic areas of the county and are appointed to four-year terms. The Library Board meets the third (3rd) Thursday, monthly, at 4pm, in the Community Room. Any scheduled changes or special meetings are posted in the library foyer.

President: 

 Daren Adkins - term expires July 1, 2024

Vice-President: 

 Mary Jarboe - term expires July 1, 2027

Secretary:  

Gregg Hartley - term expires July 1, 2025

Treasurer:  

Kelvina Hobbs - term expires July 1, 2025

Member-at-large: 

 Barbara Caldwell - term expires July 1, 2026

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