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High 5 for American Fork library worker

By Jennifer Hardman | Posted - May 10, 2012 at 9:00 a.m.



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AMERICAN FORK — This week's High 5 goes to a woman who plays a key role at the American Fork Library.

Sheena Parker has worked at the library since 1988. Her co-worker, Melanie Marsh, nominated her for the High 5.

"Sheena is wonderful," Melanie said. "She contributes so much to our community."

Melanie says Sheena was instrumental in starting the North Utah County Library Cooperative, which allows residents of American Fork, Eagle Mountain, Lehi, and Pleasant Grove to use their library card to check out materials from any of the participating libraries.

"She also is working to improve the library, increase collections at the library. Sheena is amazing," Melanie said.

Our High 5 partner, Les Schwab, rewarded Sheena with a gift basket.

If you'd like to nominate someone for a High 5, click here.

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