Amelia Shelley won "Legacy" Humanitarian Service Award

Amelia Shelley

Amelia Shelley won the "Legacy" Humanitarian Service Award. Matt Sturgeon, City Manager of Rifle, said "She cares deeply about people - regardless of age, class, race, or circumstance - and she believes a community's library should be a resource for all... Whether they know it or not, Amelia has profoundly impacted each and every citizen in the City of Rifle as well as Garfield County."


Read more in the Post Independent.

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