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Out & About: Spring reception at Adams Memorial Library in Latrobe

| Sunday, May 29, 2016, 9:00 p.m.
FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY: (from left), Adams Memorial Library Children's Director, Karen Herc, joins Board of Directors, Kathryn Elder, president, Marie McCandless, director, and Cindy Soltys, vice president, at the annual spring reception held at the Adams Memorial Library in Latrobe on Friday evening, May 27, 2016.
Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY: (from left), Adams Memorial Library Children's Director, Karen Herc, joins Board of Directors, Kathryn Elder, president, Marie McCandless, director, and Cindy Soltys, vice president, at the annual spring reception held at the Adams Memorial Library in Latrobe on Friday evening, May 27, 2016.
FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY: (from left), Adams Memorial Library Director  Tracy Trotter, joins Laura Mallery, of Latrobe, Connie Schober, of Latrobe, and Carole Hill, of Youngstown, the Family & Friends  of Victor R. McCoy, recipients of the 2016 Amicus Libri Harold A. Stewart Award, during the annual spring reception  at the Adams Memorial Library in Latrobe on Friday evening, May 27, 2016. The friends and family, also including Nathan Baker, (not shown), created a charity golf outing in memory of Victor R. McCoy and named the Adams Memorial Library Children's Room as the primary recipient of the proceeds.
Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY: (from left), Adams Memorial Library Director Tracy Trotter, joins Laura Mallery, of Latrobe, Connie Schober, of Latrobe, and Carole Hill, of Youngstown, the Family & Friends of Victor R. McCoy, recipients of the 2016 Amicus Libri Harold A. Stewart Award, during the annual spring reception at the Adams Memorial Library in Latrobe on Friday evening, May 27, 2016. The friends and family, also including Nathan Baker, (not shown), created a charity golf outing in memory of Victor R. McCoy and named the Adams Memorial Library Children's Room as the primary recipient of the proceeds.
FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY: Adams Memorial Library Board of Directors, (from left), Carl Baumeister, treasurer, Annette Couch, secretary, and David Arnold, director, gather for a photo at the annual spring reception held at the Adams Memorial Library in Latrobe on Friday evening, May 27, 2016.
Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY: Adams Memorial Library Board of Directors, (from left), Carl Baumeister, treasurer, Annette Couch, secretary, and David Arnold, director, gather for a photo at the annual spring reception held at the Adams Memorial Library in Latrobe on Friday evening, May 27, 2016.

An annual spring reception was held at Adams Memorial Library in Latrobe on May 27.

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