The Redwater Library Board operates within the mandate of the Province of Alberta Libraries Act and Regulations; the Redwater Library Bylaw and is appointed by Town Council. The Board is the Redwater Library’s governing body and provides citizen input into the direction of library services. We are accountable to Town Council, the Province, and residents for the operation of the Library
Join our Board
Make a difference in your community by becoming a volunteer on the Redwater Library Board. The Board exists to develop, promote and monitor library services as a public trustee. To apply, download the Trustee application form or contact Alicea Paszek (780) 942-3464.
Attend a Meeting
Library Board meetings begin at 6:00 pm and are generally held the second Wednesday of each month. You do not have to be a member of the Board to attend a meeting. We invite you to join us and see what we are working on. The meetings are open to the public; however, when confidential matters are discussed, the Board may make a motion to hold portions of the meeting in the absence of the public.
Share Your Ideas
Residents may request to have an item placed on an upcoming agenda. Please submit detailed, written information on the topic you wish to present to the Board at least 7 business days prior to the Board meeting to Alicea Paszek
Library Board Member Biographies
Janice Goeckel, Chair Person
Samuel Hester, Vice Chair Person
Gale Gray, Secretary
Charlaine Pasemko, Member at Large
Kerri Mills, Member at Large
Bonnie Cowan, Member at Large
Les Dorosh, Redwater Council Representative
As a long-time resident of Redwater, I remember the warmth and adventure created by the libraries of our past. Now, with my grandchildren, we are creating memories for their future through the great programming and information venues supplied by our local library. I appreciate and support the work and efforts of the staff, board members and Friends of the Library. If you have any questions, feel free to call me at (780) 991-6329.
Dave McRae, Redwater Council Representative