Volunteering at the Estes Valley Library
Volunteers are valuable partners in the Library’s Mission to bring people, ideas and opportunities together for our community. The library proudly hosts one of the most well-established and successful volunteer programs in the Estes Valley. Library volunteers contribute more than 5,000 hours of valuable service annually.
Working under the supervision of staff, volunteers can be found in all departments of the library. Some volunteers work in regular positions and others give their time to special programs or short-term projects.
Available volunteer postings are announced here. If there are no current openings, applications will be kept on file for a year from the date of the application.
Current Volunteer Postings:
For more information e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 970 586 8116 x838.
Volunteer Spotlight: Roger Levy
This month, we are pleased to introduce you to Roger Levy, one of our wonderful volunteers who shelves library materials. Roger gifts us every week with his ready smile and good-natured service.
Roger was born in Indiana. His family moved around in his early years, eventually returning to Indiana where Roger went to High School. He earned a PhD in genetics from the University of Illinois and later worked in corn breeding at Beck’s Hybrids.
Roger’s family started vacationing in Estes Park when Roger was 12. It is no surprise that he developed a love of exploring the mountains. Roger and his wife Susan bought land near Estes Park in 1978 and retired permanently to the area 5 years ago. They have 3 children and 8 grandchildren, with another grandchild on the way.
Like so many of our locals, Roger is well traveled, having visited several countries, some of them many times over. His favorite place is Switzerland and his favorite mountain: The Matterhorn!
Roger says that he loves libraries and enjoys shelving books because he has the opportunity to see new books and ends up reading many of them. He also enjoys working with other staff and volunteers. The feeling is mutual, Roger. Thank you for all you bring to the Library!