Osgood Public Library Background

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ABOUT US

The Osgood and Milan Branch Public Libraries serve Center, Delaware, Franklin & Washington Townships as well as the town of Napoleon. We offer a wide variety of materials for all ages including books, audiobooks, DVD's, music, magazines and newspapers. As a member of the Evergreen Indiana system our patrons have access to materials throughout the state of Indiana. The libraries are also a member of eIndiana Digital Consortium powered by Overdrive which allows patrons free access to e-books, periodicals, audio books and streaming video via their electronic devices. Free internet access is provided through library computers and/or wireless access on a patron's personal electronic device. A meeting room is available for use by the community at both locations. We also provide programs throughout the year for all ages. The Osgood Library has an Indiana Room with local history and genealogies.

Staff

Patty Asche - Sr. Library Assistant
Sheila Wanner
Ashley Gardner
Roberta Benham - Library Assistant, Milan Branch
Fay Bohlke - Sr. Library Assistant
Vicki Butz - Sr. Library Assistant
Kay Gbur - Library Assistant, Children & Teen Services
Sandra Gloyd - Library Assistant
Ralph Hochstetler - Library Assistant, Technology Services
Mike Kissell -Maintenance/Janitor
Rosie Kissell - Library Assistant
Kay Koppel - Library Assistant, Genealogy Specialist
Carol Lovins - Library Assistant
Peggy Manifold - Library Assistant, Children Services
Richard Parks - Treasurer
Kim Porter- Director
Patricia Studt - Library Assistant


Board of Trustees

Meetings are held on the 4th Tuesday of each month, unless otherwise announced. Members are appointed by the Ripley County Council, Ripley County Commissioners, Jac-Cen-Del Schools and Milan Schools.

Jill Jansing, President
Melodie Busch, Vice President
Ruth Hughes
Mary Lou Schwipps, Secretary
Marla Simon
William Wimberg
Larry Eaton, Attorney
Anita Pitts

My two favourite things in life are libraries and bicycles. They both move people forward without wasting anything. ~ Peter Golkin