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Meet Indian Trails Library's new director Monday

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  • David Seleb, the new director of the Indian Trails Public Library District.

      David Seleb, the new director of the Indian Trails Public Library District.
    Courtesy of Indian Trails Public Library

 
Submitted by Indian Trails Public Library

The public is cordially invited to attend a reception introducing David Seleb, the new director of the Indian Trails Public Library District. The reception will be from 3-5 p.m. Monday, Dec. 12, at the library, 355 S. Schoenbeck Road, Wheeling. Seleb assumed the position of library director on Nov. 1.

Previously, Seleb was the director of the Winnetka-Northfield Public Library District. Prior to that position, he was director at the Blue Island Public Library and also worked in the Metropolitan and Suburban Library Systems.

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Seleb stated that he is proud to be associated with a library that has the depth of staff and services that is present at Indian Trails. He is looking forward to this event and the opportunity to meet the community and hear their comments regarding the library.

Indian Trails Public Library District serves a population of about 67,000 people living in Wheeling, parts of Buffalo Grove and Prospect Heights, and a few households in Northbrook and Arlington Heights. The main library building is located at 355 S. Schoenbeck Road, Wheeling, with a smaller facility located in the Palwaukee Plaza serving the Northern residents of Prospect Heights. The continuing growth of the library is reflected in the fact that last year the total circulation topped 1.4 million items, a 16 percent increase over the prior year.

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