2008 Volunteer Awards

Volunteer of the Year - Cindy Viti

Cindy VitiCindy Viti is our Volunteer of the Year. This is a one-time award that is given to the volunteer who has contributed the most hours during the year and who has not previously received it. It is being awarded to Cindy for her contribution of 562.5 hours during 2008.

Cindy began her volunteer career at the Library as a worker for a two-hour shift at a book sale. But she soon found herself getting more involved. Beginning in August of 2003, she picked up the task of desensoring books being donated for the sale. The next step for Cindy came when she accepted the responsibility for a row of books. She is in charge of the Computer books, Antique books and books on Collectibles. Her favorite part of her sorting tasks is just seeing all the different types of books that are being donated for the sales. Cindy truly enjoys her work in the Sorting Room – the books, the people and the fun that they have together. 

In her spare time, Cindy enjoys gardening and bowling.

Thank you, Cindy, for all your hard work on behalf of the Arlington Heights Memorial Library, its patrons and the greater Arlington Heights community.

Service Milestone Awards

500 Hours
Gwen Adams
Nancy Clancy
Bridget Doerner
Tricia Johnson
Tomoe Kawata
Silvia Manetti
Marilyn Meissner
Don Reed
Isabell Torbert
Kim Traxler
Bernie Vrablik

1000 Hours
Barb Diedrich
Steve Diedrich
Marion Hilgers
Marty Kraybill
Dan Marchewka
Jan Olson
Martin Reinhart
Carol Schleker
Shirley Washkowiak

1500 Hours
Javier Elias
Sandy Kaempen
Gaby Rojek
Bill Sheridan
Al Thompson
Walter Vestal
Cindy Viti

2,000 Hours

Carol Friedman
2500 Hours
Jim Anderson
Carol Friedman
Don Hartung
Paul Kochendorfer
Jack Muldoon
3000 Hours
Dave Gran
Bonnie Romanowski
Mary Stains
3500 Hours
Joan Huff
4000 Hours
Linda Cesario
4500 Hours
Linda Cesario
Barb Holloway
Ruth Radel

5000 Hours

Linda Cesario

6000 Hours

Jeanne Sauter
6500 Hours
Myrla Brand
7500 Hours
Pat Dennehey
9000 Hours
Fran Boyd
11,500 Hours
Margaret Gray
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