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Board of Directors Library Foundation

 

Alison Cline - President

My husband and I have been homeowners since 2007, and permanent residents since 2015.

I am a special education teacher for Hoquiam School District. I am a member of City Council.

I enjoy volunteering in the community and serve as the State Chairman of the Drug Awareness Program for the Washington State Elks.

Alison Cline

Stacy Steele - Vice President

Stacy has been an active member of the community in Ocean Shores since 2007. She owned and operated OS Animal Hospital for 10 years before retiring in 2016. She continues to provide veterinary care for NB PAWS and other pet rescue organizations. Hobbies include acting with Stage West Community Theatre, hiking with her dogs, quilting, riding in horse endurance competitions and traveling in her little motorhome. Stacy is very proud to be a member of the OS Library Foundation Board.

Stacy Steele

Katherine Baker - Secretary

I moved to Ocean Shores with my husband, Jack, upon his retirement in 2018. He grew up in the area and I have been here frequently over the past 30 years with him. Although we only lived in Ocean Shores for 2 years, while our home near Copalis Crossing was being built, we consider Ocean Shores to be our community of choice, and feel that the presence of a strong, vibrant library is essential to maintaining a strong, vibrant community. My work background includes working at the executive level for ADP Payroll Processing, banking operations, and teaching piano, and throughout all of these activities I have made it a priority to support my local library in as many ways as I can. I consider it an honor to serve on the board of the Ocean Shores Library Foundation and to work toward ensuring that this library continues to grow and to remain the outstanding resource that Ocean Shores can be proud of.

Katherine Baker

Michelle Key Rebollosa - Treasurer

Michelle Key Rebollosa and her husband have lived in Ocean Shores since 2020. She is a CPA who works for Quinault Nation as a Controller of their enterprises. She received her MBA degree in 2022 from Northwest Nazarene University.

In the past, she has served as a Library board member in Lakeview, Oregon. Reading is her favorite hobby.

Michelle Key Rebollosa

Faith Tomizek - Member-at-Large

My husband and I retired to Ocean Shores in 2017 from Lake Stevens. I have loved libraries since I was a teenager and was fortunate enough to have one just a few blocks from home, where I grew up in Seattle. For me there is something very elemental when entering a library-the fragrance, the feel, the tranquility, besides the mountain of information at our finger tips! Both my husband and I are avid readers, often opting to leave the TV off in the evening and spend time reading. I am very excited to be a part of of the OSLF and hope to be able to serve in any way that is needed and look forward to everything that may encompass.

Faith Tomizek

 

Ocean Shores Library Foundation Annual Giving Letter

Whether or not we write our memoirs, in the end we are all remembered for our acts – for the lives we touch and by the causes we advance. In that light, we invite you to consider creating a lasting legacy by including the Ocean Shores Library Foundation (OSLF) in both your long-term plans and in your annual giving.

The OSL Foundation helps fill the gap between what city funding provides and the resources patrons expect. The library receives public support, but private donations strengthen the library’s capacity to innovate and adapt to change. Donor’s collective investments make projects and training possible that benefit everyone and enhance the services the library is able to offer.

This year marks the 50th Birthday of the Ocean Shores Public Library, which has a strong history of offering services that enrich, inform and strengthen every corner of the community.

From the Foundation’s inception in 2019, gifts have helped expand the library meeting room, provided funding for renovations and upgrades to library facilities and landscaping, and contributed to the creation of the Anneka van Doorninck Outdoor Pavilion. If you’re able, please make a donation to the Ocean Shores Library Foundation so that OSLF may continue helping the library expand to meet growing community needs.

Every library has its stories. Help build ours.

Donations for the library may be made by cash or check to the
Ocean Shores Library Foundation
573 Point Brown Avenue NW
Ocean Shores, WA 98569

 

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