Chatt's library director, Corinne Hill, named librarian of the year

From: Phil Shapiro 

Hi chugalug community, 

Last week I was mentioning that the Chatt library is firing on all cylinders. 

This week the library director, Corinne Hill, was named Librarian of the Year for 2014 by Library Journal magazine. 

Why is this good for the Linux community? Because the Chatt library is so open minded to trying 
new things -- including open source related projects. 

Congrats, too, to Nate Hill (no relation), the assistant library director who is right here on the 
Chugalug list with the rest of us. 

I can tell you candidly that the Chatt library is moving forward with much greater boldness 
than many other library systems in the country. That's not only good for the library -- it's good for the 
entire Chattanooga metropolitan area. 



Phil Shapiro, 

"Wisdom begins with wonder." - Socrates 
"Learning happens thru gentleness."