Episode 5: From roots to rockets with Rob Branigin
Librarian Rob Branigin’s interests range from family roots to outer space. Branigin, along with co-hosts Ken Harvey and Cindy Tingley, delves into genealogy, Star Trek and more. The Indiana native discusses his own discovery of the library’s rich resources that can help satisfy that need for finding one’s familial connections. An avowed Trekkie, Branigin also boldly goes into his assessment of the original series, “The Next Generation,” “Deep Space Nine” and “Voyager.”
- Franklin, Ind.
- Dekalb hybrid corn hat
- Indiana University School of Library and Information Science
- Franklin College
- La Porte County Public Library
- Rob Branigin email
- Holiday Road
- Sno-Isle Ancestry library edition
- Star Trek
- The Next Generation
- Deep Space Nine
- The Beatles Forever
Ken Harvey is Communications Director for Sno-Isle Libraries. Ken brings broad professional experience from his service with Community Transit, Sound Transit, the city of Reno, Nev., and several positions in radio and TV.
Cindy Tingley is an instructional developer with Sno-Isle Libraries. Through experience as a radio DJ, a police officer in Key West, Fla., certified technology instructor and Usui Reiki trainer, the common thread is Cindy loves teaching new skills.
The Sno-Isle Libraries Foundation proudly supports the innovative work of Sno-Isle Libraries through private donations.
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