Rep. Carolyn Comitta named PaLA Elected Official of the Year
Congratulations to Pennsylvania State Representative Carolyn Comitta, 156th Legislative District, for being named Pennsylvania Library Association (PaLA) Elected Official of the Year!
“Representative Carolyn Comitta has been an enthusiastic library supporter, speaking passionately on behalf of the value of public libraries and the role they play in the everyday life of Pennsylvania’s residents throughout her political career,” said Kimberley Hravnik, Chair of the Pennsylvania Library Association Legislative Committee. “The libraries of Chester County, and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, are fortunate to have a staunch ally in Representative Comitta.”
For more information, please read the announcement from the Pennsylvania Library Association: https://www.palibraries.org/blogpost/1652016/357781/Elected-Official-of-the-Year-Named--Representative-Carolyn-Comitta
Pictured above from left to right: JoAnn Weinberger, Vice President, Chester County Library System Board of Trustees; Pennsylvania State Rep. Carolyn Comitta, 156th Legislative District; Carrie Sturgill, Awards Committee, Pennsylvania Library Association; Joseph Sherwood, Executive Director, Chester County Library System