New faces at Wauseon Public Library


Kenzie Keene

Kenzie Keene


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Dan Baldwin leads the first ever Teen Book Discussion at the library in January of 2016.


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Amber McWatters


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Along with new director Keri Black, there are some other new faces at the Wauseon Public Library.

Kenzie Keene is the new Children’s Librarian. She took over for Miss Sue Bruner, who retired in September.

“She is doing excellent work in our Children’s Department and is hard at work planning lots of fun new activities for our favorite little patrons in 2023,” said Black.

Amber McWatters also started in November of last year. She took over as Library Assistant for Connie Fry, who retired on Nov. 30.

“Amber comes to us with experience as an Academic Librarian at Thorne Library on the campus of Mount Vernon Nazarene University,” said Black. “Amber is doing an excellent job so far and proving to be a real asset to our team.”

Also, Dan Baldwin has been promoted to Head Librarian, after serving 18 years as Library Assistant. Baldwin began his career at Wauseon Public Library in January of 2005.

“The Library Board of Trustees created the Head Librarian position specifically for Dan, to celebrate his hard work and dedication to the Library,” said Black.

Kenzie Keene
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Dan Baldwin leads the first ever Teen Book Discussion at the library in January of 2016.
https://www.fcnews.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2023/01/web1_Dan-Baldwin.jpgDan Baldwin leads the first ever Teen Book Discussion at the library in January of 2016. Photo provided

Amber McWatters
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