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Library Foundation head steps down
JACKSON HOLE, WYO – Teton County Library Foundation board of directors announced that Juliann “Missy” Falcey will leave the organization in January. Falcey is has been the board’s only executive director since 1998. She began working with the Foundation when it launched in 1994 to help secure funds for the building of the county library on 125 Virginian Lane.
“Serving the library has been both the highest privilege and the greatest education possible, especially in terms of really knowing this community,” Falcey said in a prepared statement. “I’ve enjoyed helping people connect around ideas, books, learning and problem-solving. The library is a microcosm of what I love about working and playing here. It’s been a tremendous gift and I’m excited to explore new ways to work and invest in our community.”
Foundation president Lannie Hoglund confirmed Pauline Towers-Dykeman will take over executive director duties on January 1, 2014. Towers-Dykeman has been with the Foundation since 2005.