Marysville, Wash. — A new trustee has been appointed to the board for Sno-Isle Libraries.
Snohomish resident Martin Munguia is the public information officer for Community Transit. Munguia graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in communications. He is on the board of directors for Leadership Snohomish County and his local PTA, is active in his community as a coach with the Snohomish Youth Soccer Association and has served as a program coordinator for Central Primary School’s Watch DOGS program.
“Libraries are a cornerstone of the community,” says Munguia. “I am excited about the direction Sno-Isle Libraries is going with technology and its commitment to serving an increasingly diverse population.”
Munguia has committed to a seven-year term on the library board. Sno-Isle Libraries is directed by a seven-member board of trustees. Trustees are volunteers who are appointed by and represent Snohomish and Island counties.
About Sno-Isle Libraries
Sno-Isle Libraries serves 671,000 residents in Snohomish and Island counties. Sno-Isle has community libraries in Arlington, Brier, Camano Island, Clinton, Coupeville, Darrington, Edmonds, Freeland, Granite Falls, Lake Stevens, Langley, Lynnwood, Marysville, Mill Creek, Monroe, Mountlake Terrace, Mukilteo, Oak Harbor, Snohomish, Stanwood, and Sultan, as well as bookmobile stops in communities and at senior centers. Services and materials include more than 1.3 million items, reference services, electronic databases and computer equipment, Internet access, outreach programs for the homebound and local daycares, and story times for children. For more information on library services in your area, please call the Sno-Isle Libraries Service Center at 360-651-7000 or 1-877-SNO-ISLE (1-877-766-4753), or visit the website at www.sno-isle.org.