Sue York, currently a children’s assistant, will take Moore’s place as youth services coordinator come May 1. Moore will host her last story times Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. featuring Craig Amason and Kell Carpenter.
“Sue is going to do a fantastic job, and we’re looking forward to seeing what things she does with the program,” Reese said. “Please try to come out, and hopefully Anne won’t cry while she has the puppet on her hand.”
During her retirement, Moore plans to spend more time with her two grandchildren in Columbia, S.C., assist her daughter with her interior design company, and volunteer throughout the community.
“I will of course have more time for reading, which has always been one of my favorite activities. My husband and I would like to do some hiking and camping like we did when we first got married. I would also like to garden and work on some projects around the house. Everyone always says that you get busier when you retire, so I’m expecting that to happen. My daughter is already lining up dates,” Moore said. “April 30 is my last day, however, I plan to return and volunteer with the We Read program on Wednesdays, story times and the library fair. I never really want to leave the library because it has been my second home for over 30 years.”
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