Schreiber resigns as Grafton’s library director


Schreiber resigns as Grafton’s library director
Library Director Beth Schreiber addresses the audience during the ribbon cutting of the new library in this 2021 photo. (Photo/Laura Hayes)

GRAFTON – The Grafton Public Library is seeking a new director.

Town Administrator Evan Brassard announced Beth Schreiber’s resignation on Dec. 13 while meeting with the library’s department managers.

He added that preparations are underway to find a new director.

Schreiber had been on a leave of absence, which was scheduled to end in late December.

“We would like to thank Beth for her years of service to the Grafton Public Library and the town of Grafton,” he said. “We wish her well in all of her future endeavors.”

In a Facebook post on Dec. 14, Schreiber said the decision to leave was “very difficult.”

I believe it’s what’s necessary for the organization to continue to grow and flourish,” she said. “Wishing the library, staff, patrons, Board of Library trustees, Friends of the Grafton Public Library, capital campaign and town only the best for the years to come.”

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