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Lancaster, Pa. – Barley Snyder is pleased to announce that attorney Reilly Noetzel has been named to the board of trustees for the Lancaster Public Library.
The Lancaster Public Library offers a large assortment of services at its main office at 125 N. Duke St. in Lancaster as well as at its Leola and Mountville branches. The library “inspires, empowers, and strengthens our community by connecting people with information, ideas, and enriching experiences,” according to its mission statement.
“The library provides vital services and materials for people and businesses of the city and throughout Lancaster County,” Noetzel said. “Its history dates back to the mid-1700s, and it has been an integral part of the community ever since then. I’m very proud to help guide its future and to make sure it remains just as important now as it has been for more than 250 years.”
Noetzel joined Barley Snyder in 2017 and is a member of the firm’s Real Estate Practice Group, and the Construction, Senior Living and Hospitality industry groups. A history buff and Lancaster native, he is a former board member at the Landis Valley Museum in Lancaster County. He is a graduate of Franklin & Marshall College and the Indiana University Maurer School of Law.
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