Two librarians from Hope have been honoured by the Fraser Valley Regional Library for their years of work.
Claire MacDonald and Nicole Glentworth have both been given certificates of recognition by FVRL for their steadfast, diligent, and proficient work at the Hope FVRL. MacDonald has worked five years with FVRL and Glentworth has worked 15 years with FVRL.
“This evening is truly a special occasion as we celebrate and honour the employees who have reached important service milestones in their career with FVRL,” FVRL said during the dinner. “The 2023 Employee Recognition Celebration honours our staff who have invested from five to 30 years to shape FVRL into an organization that makes invaluable contributions to the communities we serve. As they have gone about their work, they have helped fulfill our vision to ‘improve the quality of life for our communities through knowledge, ideas, and experiences.’
“We congratulate all of our hard-working and dedicated employees, especially those being recognized this evening. For going the extra mile, for doing your best, for extending compassion and kindness in all that you do, and for your enthusiastic support of FVRL.”
The two were awarded during a FVRL employee recognition celebration dinner at the end of October. Glentworth and MacDonald were unable to attend and instead were presented the certificates by Coun. Pauline Newbigging and Mayor Victor Smith at the Hope library on Nov. 3.