by Stephanie Horn | June 28th, 2010
Friends of the acclaimed Washington Talking Book and Braille Library will gather at the Seattle facility on Wednesday to celebrate the service receiving the best-in-the-country award from the Library of Congress.
Danielle Miller, program manager, and Jan Walsh, State Librarian at the Office of Secretary of State, were in Washington, D.C., last week to receive the award and will headline the celebration at WTBBL headquarters (2021 9th Avenue in downtown Seattle) at 10 a.m. Patrons, staff and volunteers will be honored by Secretary of State Sam Reed and others. The state’s senior senator, Patty Murray, has sent a letter congratulating them for their top honor.