Pamela Howard has been a resident of Rusk County since moving here when she was five years old. As a child she visited the Rusk County Library when it was located at the courthouse. A school bus from Montgomery Elementary School took the fourth and fifth graders to get books there every two weeks. It was a highlight of the week for the children.She worked in the library when she attended Henderson High School, which she enjoyed very much. Then when she was grown and had children of her own, she took them to the new Rusk County Library located on North High Street, where the Depot Museum is now. They learned to love books there, as she learned to love books when visiting the old library.Years later, after the library relocated to downtown Henderson, she visited the library many times. She was so pleased to get a job there as a circulation clerk, where she has been since 2013. she considers it to be a most enjoyable job. She enjoys getting to know the patrons who come in regularly and helping them find the books and information they need.Pamela's favorite Dewey number is 641.5.