Greenburgh Library's Mary Slamin Set To Retire After 32 Years

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Greenburgh Public Library's Mary Slamin is retiring in January following more than 32 years of service. Photo Credit: Courtesy Greenburgh Public Library

GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- Greenburgh Public Library's Mary Slamin is retiring in January following more than 32 years of service. 

Slamin, the head of the Greenburgh Public Library's Children's Department, is set to retire on Jan. 10, 2014. To honor Slamin's service, the Greenburgh Public Library is hosting an open house from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 11. The open house is sponsored by the Friends of the Greenburgh Public Library.

Beth and Scott Bierko will perform a concert for children of all ages and Slamin will receive an honor before and after the show.  

"She had told stories to generations of Greenburgh's children," library representatives said. "Mary has planned many summer reading spectaculars over the years. Her creativity, passion, and enthusiasm for children's literature and libraries is inspiring." 

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Mr G:

From one Greenburgh Retiree to another; Much Congrats and Job Well Done. Thank you for your public service.

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