Special to the Atlantic News
Atlantic News, Friday, March 2, 2007
[The following article is courtesy of Atlantic News]
HAMPTON -- Linda Sadlock has announced that she is a candidate for Trustee of the Lane Memorial Library.
Linda has lived in Hampton since 1998 with her husband Harry, who retired from IBM sales. She is a registered nurse with an MS is administration and education and has worked in corporate, industrial, public and college health. She retired from the State of New Jersey system of higher education.
The Sadlock’s youngest son, Kyle, graduated from the University of New Hampshire in 1997 and Linda says she fell in love with the beauty, history and charm of the area when they came to visit the college.
Linda is currently serving her second one-year term as an Alternate Library Trustee.
“As an alternate, I attend monthly meetings and review the reports from each department head, analyze the budget, and compare the utilization statistics,” Linda says. “I know the staff and am familiar with the operation of the facility.”
In addition, Linda serves as the membership chair for the Friends of the Lane Memorial Library, a position she has held for four years, since its reorganization. As membership chair, Linda recruits new members, maintains membership files and distributes the newsletter. She also participates in the fundraising activities for the Friends with the sale of the Ruth Stimson note cards, Entertainment Books and book, bake, and holiday sales.
Linda is a member of the Hampton Garden Club, participating in their annual clean up of the library grounds in May and providing flowers for the circulation desk. She is also an active member of the Seacoast Newcomers Club and has served on the board in several positions, and has chaired special interest groups.
Linda is a founding member of a woman’s investment club, of which she is currently the treasurer. She organizes/ coordinates a duplicate bridge group and belongs to an art study group.
Through her association with these various groups, Linda says, “I feel connected to the Seacoast area and will continue to be involved in the community, especially the library.”