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The Kettering-Moraine Public Library

Kettering-Moraine

Key Facility Amenities

  • Free public computers with internet access
  • Free Wi-Fi + Tablet/Laptop Tech Lending
  • Printers and Copiers with Fax and Scanner
  • Test proctoring (with advance notice to Branch Manager)
  • Interactive Children's and Teen Areas
  • Digital Learning Tools for Kids 2 - 8 (AWE)
  • Automated 24 Hour Returns
  • Audio-Visual Carts
  • Reservable Community, Tutor and Study Rooms
  • Vending Machines
  • Small outdoor Reading Area

Branch Manager, Teresa Huntley

Branch Manager, Teresa R. Huntley

Ms. Huntley began her career at Dayton Metro Library in 1980. Teresa embraced her professional career as a Children's Librarian as she utilized her educational background to bring the joy of reading to kids of all ages around Montgomery County. In 2007, Teresa became the Manager of the Kettering-Moraine Branch. While she continues to enjoy children’s materials (her favorite book is From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler), she is also an avid reader of adult mysteries and science fiction. Through the years Teresa has seen many changes in libraries and can't wait to see what the future will bring.


Staff - Branch Highlight

Kettering-Moraine has six full-time and three part-time permanent staff members. These staff members are responsible for reader’s advisory, collection maintenance, programming and assisting patrons with circulation and technology questions.

Community Connection

The Kettering-Moraine Branch has long been a strong partner in the community as the resource for neighbors coming together to support one another. As a donation location for organizations accepting toys, eyeglasses, clothing, and more for the needy - the Branch staff maintains strong connections with multiple service organizations and partners throughout the area.

Facilities
Your Library

The Kettering-Moraine Branch first opened in 1958 on land donated by the Kettering Board of Education. The building has been expanded and remodeled over the years, most extensively in 2015-2016 in the Libraries for a Smarter Future project. Reopened in October 2016, the Branch has a completely remodeled interior, accessible community space, an outdoor patio and a gizmos-themed Children’s Area. The work of three area artists is prominently featured in this Library. Learn More

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