January Libriversaries

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Lynnet
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Post by Lynnet » January 1st, 2021, 9:53 am

At Librivox, we value all our volunteers. Whether you are on here daily, weekly, or just every now and then, we thank you for your contribution.

This month we would like to celebrate those of you having your "Libriversary" and send a special 'pat on the back', 'high five', 'well done' and 'thank you'.

Active members celebrating a January Libriversary are as follows:


14 years

Laurie Anne (chocoholic)

11 years

Amy (alg1001)

10 years

James (Eduard Rochester)
David (Dlolso21)

8 years

Maria (commonsparrow3)
Lee (Leesma)

6 years

Mongope (mongope)

5 years

Hannah (HannahMary)
Basquetteur (Basquetteur)
Twinkle (Twinkle88)

4 years

Michael (Mfassio)
Anne (Anneflebari)

3 Years

Brian (northstar95)
ADKReader (ADKReader1122)
LikeManyWaters (LikeManyWaters)

2 Years

PhyllisV (PhyllisV)
Emanuela (Eysiss)
Campbell (Lymiewithpurpose)

1 Year

Kelly (ktaylor07)
Paul (plesmond)
Kate (KateG)
Cathy (drempels)
Steve (yatsuatari)
Isad (Isad)
George (jikker)
Chad (Wick45)
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Rapunzelina
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Post by Rapunzelina » January 1st, 2021, 11:07 am

Happy New Year, and happy Libriversary, everybody!

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Post by JayKitty76 » January 2nd, 2021, 2:20 pm

Happy happy Libriversary to all you wonderful volunteers!!
Shoutout to David and Maria for being such dedicated LibriVoxers!
And yippee kai yay to Twinkle and Campbell. I consider you both my friends and you’ve made my time on LibriVox so great!
Rachel
"...to counsel and calm the despairing... and to transform the grief that contemplates the grave by showing it the grief that looks up to the stars...” ~ Victor Hugo, Les Miserables

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