New trustees appointed to library board

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The Nashua Public Library recently welcomed three new trustees to its board.

In December, the Board of Aldermen appointed John Farrer to fill a vacant seat on the library board. His term will expire in 2022.

After Maurice Arel resigned from the library board in November, Holly Klump was appointed to serve the balance of his term, which ends in March. Her reappointment is expected at that time.

And on January 10, when Nashua held its inauguration ceremony, Mayor Jim Donchess became president ex officio of the library board of trustees.

Since 2007, Holly Klump has worked at the Regina Library at Rivier University, where she is interlibrary loan coordinator. Previously she was youth librarian assistant at the Fletcher Free Library in Burlington, Vermont.

John Farrer is cofounder and chief executive officer for Right Networks in Hudson, which provides hosting of small business accounting and collaboration applications.