Four Pages, Four Intriguing Stories
January 19, 2013
How can ten people keep a library in tip top shape? By being tip top people to begin with! The Midwest Genealogy Pages are a hard-working group of individuals but also a very eclectic group.
For instance, one of our Pages has her Master’s degree in diplomacy and just did a nine month teaching assignment in Honduras. Another comes to us after being raised in Lima, Peru. She also served as a missionary in Uruguay and Venezuela, bringing with her a wealth of knowledge and fluency in Spanish.
Two of our Pages are still in college. One is majoring in engineering and one in accounting. (Yes, they love the Dewey Decimal System!) Our "engineer" actually measured our shelves and came up with the numbers we needed in order to space all our books evenly on our shelves. Our accounting wizard keeps our information packets moving, from the beginning stages to the finished product we place in our customer’s hands. Actually, all of our Pages participate in that activity, but he is the mover, shaker, and organizer of that project.
I will share more about our remarkable Pages in my next blog. Stay tuned…
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