Marion Satterthwaite Award
What is the Marion Satterthwaite Award?
Marion Satterthwaite was a strong advocate for libraries. A trustee for Anne Arundel County Public Library, she helped to rewrite library laws. Ms. Satterthwaite was also a state president of the League of Women Voters. She passed away in 1994. The Marion Satterthwaite Award recognizes outstanding achievement in library advocacy in Maryland. The nominee has displayed a history of effort and commitment that has fostered and sustained advocacy in Maryland.
|Who is eligible?
Any Library Trustee, registered Friends Group of a Maryland library or library staff member who has a record of effective advocacy for Maryland libraries is eligible.
|How to apply:
Nominations are submitted by current or former CML Board members or other interested individuals. The application requires an essay describing the achievements in library advocacy in Maryland. It should include work and/or volunteer experience in Maryland libraries.
February 15, 2024, by 11:59PM. The application should be submitted to the CML Awards Committee by email at email@example.com
|A check for $100. The award is presented at the MLA Annual Conference. CML will also award one night free at the Conference hotel if reimbursement is not provided by another organization and tickets for two for the conference meal at which the award is presented.