Profiles CLA Volunteers & Staff

October 2005
Feliciter;2005, Vol. 51 Issue 5, p208
The article profiles several volunteers and staff of the Canadian Library Association (CLA). CLA president Barbara Clubb previously worked as a library assistant at Winnipeg Public Library. CLA treasurer Sandy Cameron was involved in the Collection Development for Trent University Library. Marlene Turkington was a teacher and librarian at East Oxford Central.


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