By Lindsey Temple
News Star Reporter
The Maysville Library has a new face behind the front desk with new aspirations for the town’s library.
According Janet Dinwiddie, before becoming a librarian on March, 30, she had many jobs before that, including hair stylist and nurse.
“But being a librarian has been my favorite,” said Dinwiddie.
Dinwiddie, a Maysville local, remembers going to the library as a child.
“I always went to the library growing up. I have always really liked it,” said Dinwiddie.
The mother of two boys, Dinwiddie took the job in hopes that being closer to home would give her more time with her children.
Among many other changes she would like to bring to the library, the possibility of E-Books intrigues Dinwiddie and she is hoping to give the town’s library more of an on-line presence for a more convenient way to check out books for the community.
Dinwiddie is also currently preparing for Maysville’s Wiley Post Festival.