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Amy Babcock’s Decade of Directorship: L-Town Radio, June 2024

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Amy Babcock’s Decade of Directorship: L-Town Radio, June 2024

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This month on L-Town Radio, Joe talks with our own Amy Babcock about her lifelong love of libraries, her journey to becoming Director of the Livingston Public Library, and her vision for the LPL’s future. Plus, Hongmei shares a song about nostalgia, and Jessica tells us about the most anticipated books headed to our shelves in June.

You can listen to the episode below, as well as on Spotify and Apple Podcasts.

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