Sylvan Lake Municipal Library Director Shannan Sword presented a 25 year service pin to Olga Cookson earlier this month when she was recognized for her contributions.

Recognized for 25 years of service to library

Olga Cookson has been a valued member of Sylvan Lake Municipal Library team for a long time.


Olga Cookson has been a valued member of Sylvan Lake Municipal Library team for a long time. A total of 25 years to be exact, and because of that, she was presented with a service pin by Library Director Shannan Sword this month.

According to Olga, the pleasant staff and patrons make her work a joy.

“I’m so pleased that one of my final duties as Library Director is to recognize Olga’s extraordinary service to our library and community” said Sword.

Thank you for your dedication Olga, you make the library a happy place to be. Congratulations for reaching this important service milestone.


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