Thank You from the Board of Trustees


Kudos to our wonderful Library Staff and Volunteers at the Royalton Memorial Library: 

Our Director Marianne Pysarchyk does a wonderful job of coordinating library services & programs every day, ordering reading supplies, leading book discussions, assisting with technology questions as needed and greeting everyone with a smile.

Pam Levasseur is the assistant director and financial specialist.  Along with those responsibilities she delivers books monthly to the Senior Center to sign out. Every year Pam invites children to help plan and create a float for the Old Home Day parade. This summer she also held 2 very popular rock painting events.

Chris Demers assists part time at the circulation desk and demonstrates her skills with graphics and communication which is so important in today’s world.

Tyler Strong also works part time at the circulation desk and manages the interlibrary loan process. This summer he planned an exciting food event for children. Each child made their own apple pie.  During the cooking process, they each made vanilla ice cream while dancing to music. The results were devoured with great joy!

Paula Smith continues to volunteer her time twice weekly as “Ms.  Paula, the story lady”. The space is packed with children and their caregivers during her sessions.

Alexis Taylor-Young is our youngest volunteer who very capably helps throughout the summer with various children’s programs.

Betty LaWhite has volunteered for a long time to help guide people with computer issues; call the library to make an appointment with her at 763-7094.

These talented and wonderful people manage to do their jobs and hold community programs in very cramped conditions in a building that hasn’t been updated in many years.  Thank you again to these people and all the others who donate regularly of their time.  The library would not be able to function without them all.

The library board of trustees:  John Dumville, Phoebe Rhoda, Bonnie Kenyon, Yuliya Ballou, Louise Clark, Theresa Manning, Cynthia Dalrymple