PALERMO, Maine — At a recent Board of Directors meeting, Holly Flowers was elected to join the Board of Directors of the Palermo Community Library. Flowers and her family moved to Palermo in June 2012, from the Big Island of Hawaii. Prior to this move, she has the distinction of having lived in 10 different states and the District of Columbia. In the course of her travels, Flowers obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Political science and Russian Studies at the University of Southern California and her Juris Doctorate at American University, Washington College of Law. Following her graduation from law school, she practiced law in Washington, DC, for a number of years.
After the tragedies of 9/11, Flowers left Washington for the beauty of Sedona, AZ, where she gradually left the law behind and took up ranching and organic biodynamic farming. Now she devotes her time and efforts to raising her daughter, and breeding sport horses, sheep, goats and more.
Flowers brings to the Palermo Library Board experience from two other non-profit Boards, on which she has sat in Officer capacity, as well as a wide-ranging variety of experiences and contacts. She is also a published author. Flowers looks forward to bringing new ideas and energy to the Palermo Library.
The Palermo Community Library is an all-volunteer library. If you’d like to volunteer, please call 993-6088.
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2789 Route 3, Palermo, ME
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