The Library Board is the body appointed by the Town of Strathmore Municipal council, which is responsible for the full management and control of the library. It is responsible for the identity, continuity, and the progress of the library through periods of changing staff and conditions. It represents a community trust going far beyond the immediate concerns of the library. The Board has the ultimate responsibility for the direction and goals of the library.
2019 Strathmore Municipal Library Board of Trustees
Chair & Personnel Chair: Geoff Ball
Vice Chair & Fundraising Chair: Jim Greer
Policy Chair: David Seymour
Finance Chair: Gary Jensen
Program Chair: Debbie Enslen
Town Representative and Advocacy: Lorraine Bauer
Town Representative: Jason Montgomery
Secretary Treasurer: Ruth McCluskey
Board Roles and Responsibilities
The Library Board is an autonomous legal entity, deriving its authority as a corporation from the municipal bylaw which established it and The Alberta Libraries Act. The Library Board does not own the physical building that houses the Strathmore Municipal Library but it does own and govern the organization it has put in place to achieve the Library’s goals and objectives.
The Board is responsible for:
How do I become a Library Board Trustee?
Come by the library to pick up a Trustee application form or print the one below. Drop off your application with the library and we will submit your application to the Town of Strathmore for appointment.