Walther Celebrates 25 Years as Fort Scott Public Library Director

Fort Scott Public Library Board Member Lissa Gorman, presented a framed certificate and 25 year pin to Director Lisa Walther.


Fort Scott Public Library Director Lisa Walther, celebrated her 25th work anniversary on July 8.

“The board and I recognized her for her service during this past Tuesday’s board meeting on July 13,” Valetta Cannon, the youth librarian and assistant director, said.

The library is open from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday – Friday and 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Saturdays.

“We ask people to follow CDC guidelines regarding masks, and we provide hand sanitizer and disposable masks for anyone who wants to use them,” Cannon said. “We ask people to limit their time browsing upstairs to a half-hour per day and their time on the computers or wifi downstairs to one hour per day. Beyond that, we have no restrictions.”

4 thoughts on “Walther Celebrates 25 Years as Fort Scott Public Library Director”

  1. Thanks so much for posting this article! A note of correction: the title misspells Lisa’s name as “Walter” rather than the correct spelling of “Walther”.

    1. So sorry for the incorrect spelling of the director’s last name. I corrected it on the website.
      Thanks for the submission.
      Loretta George

  2. Congratulations Lisa!! I’m so glad the library is open inside now. The library is a very important community resource.

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