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Marshall Public Library offers a wide variety of services to better serve the community and our patrons. These services include:


                             Meet Our Staff

Administrative Offices:
Anmarie Rahner, Library Director
Mary Bays, Administrative Assistant
Vickie Johnson, Adult Outreach Coordinator

Support Staff:
Drew Arends
Nancy Campbell
Ariana Hunter
Molly Johnson
Heather Malan
Virginia Schulte
Anita Swier

Local History and Genealogy Room:
Vickie Johnson

Eveleth Hill
Elaine Olson

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Marshall Public Library Board Of Trustees:

The Marshall Public Library Board of Trustees is a policy making board, consisting of nine community members who are appointed by the Mayor for three year terms. Each Trustee may be reappointed twice, serving a total of 9 consecutive years. With a few exceptions, the Board meets on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 5:15 p.m. in the library meeting room. If you are interested in serving on the Board, please contact a board member about the requirements and process.

Marshall Public Library Board of Trustees

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Marshall Public Library Foundation:

The Marshall Public Library Foundation, Inc. is a not-for-profit, tax exempt organization that was incorporated in 2003.

The purpose of the foundation is to solicit and receive tax exempt donations, bequests and other gifts from patrons, friends and families. The Directors of the foundation
                          will manage the funds.

This foundation recognizes that the future success of the Marshall Public Library is closely tied to the enrichment opportunities offered to the citizens of our community through programming, collection development and services.

Our Library is an essential part of our community. In a way, our great Library is the inheritance of every individual in this county, regardless of their age or background. The Library Foundation raises funds to ensure that this inheritance lives in perpetuity, and that it is continually added to, and made available to all people.
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