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    Staff Selfies: Courtney Hatley and Lee Ann Wells

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    Courtney Hatley

         Courtney Hatley can almost always be caught with a video camera in her hand, lugging heavy equipment around, or hunched in front of a very, very big screen, as she is our resident videographer. When she’s not making you look good, she’s typically found buried under mountains of genealogy research and local history ephemera. Courtney’s favorite author is probably David Foster Wallace, but as an amateur internet enthusiast she reads most content online, in blog form. (RIP Google Reader.) Courtney enjoys watching films the most, usually the ones that are “long, boring” and “don’t make any sense.” She’s also into crosswords, cats, and craigslist missed connections. Courtney has been with DCPL off and on for almost 4 years, and she thinks the best part of working here is being able to encourage creativity, innovation, preservation, and expanding the imagination – no matter what age.

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    Lee Ann Wells

         My name is Lee Ann Wells. I have been a page in public services for a little over a year now. You have probably seen me all over the second floor. Filling displays, helping find books, helping with programs, and running holds downstairs.

         When I am not working I am most likely on Facebook or reading. I am an avid reader and I have read close to fifty books already this year, not counting the picture books I have read with my 8 year old brother. My favorite place to read is outside. If I am not in the front yard reading while I wait for the school buses to arrive in the afternoon, I am chilling in a yellow tornado slide as long as there are no kids around. Other activities I enjoy are writing, swimming, hiking, photography, and singing and dancing in the rain.

     

     

     
     
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