Christian Collins is no stranger to libraries. Hired as the coordinator of the Lennoxville Library last September, Collins told The Record during an interview on Wednesday morning that he has served in four different libraries in areas ranging from small towns to the city of New York. “I’ve seen the range of different sized libraries out there,” Collins said, explaining that Lennoxville is his first library in Canada. “Lennoxville is interesting because, yes, we are a city library, we are a neighbourhood library for Sherbrooke, but it has that kind of small town feel,” he explained. “There are lots of people in the community who feel like the library belongs to them.” See full story in the Thursday, April 4 edition of The Record.