Story by Janmarie Foschini
The Greenwood Lake Public Library, located at 79 Waterstone Rd. in Greenwood Lake, welcomes Kristin Rohlfs to the library staff. Kristin joined the library team in September as the Youth Services Supervisor.
Kristin, known as “Miss Kristin” to all the local children and parents, has a daily routine at the library that includes story time for various age groups and preparing book performers and presenters. The library is filled with different types of shows, authors and performances throughout the year for all age groups.
Kristin is currently in the process of planning the Summer Reading Program for 2019. Stay tuned for the exciting reveal!
Prior to the library position, Kristin was a pre-school teacher for over 20 years and also cared for children before and after school and during school breaks. Her connection with the children has been amazing and the library position brought it to a new and different level with many exciting opportunities.
Kristin’s great aunt Ruth Miller was a beloved staff member for years and this position for Kristin makes it even more special.
“Such a wonderful warm staff has welcomed me with open arms,” said Kristin.
Children are welcome to stop by and meet Kristin and learn more about the library programs.
Library Director Jill Cronin said, “Kristin’s long history of serving the children of this community is well known. We are so lucky to have her here to continue and expand that tradition.”