Edmonds volunteers aid future librarian

Shannon Adkins (left) is congratulated on winning the Friends of the Edmonds Library scholarship by scholarship committee chairwoman Diane Stanhope. (Contributed photo)

The Friends of the Edmonds Library recently awarded its annual $4,000 Friends Library and Information Sciences Scholarship to Shannon Adkins, who is working on a master’s degree in the field at the University of Washington.

Adkins has long loved libraries. She applied for her first library job at age 11 in her hometown of Willmar, Minnesota.

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