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Staff & Contact Info​


John A. Brown Library

WVC at Omak Library

Heminger Health Library*
Central Washington Hospital​

1300 5th St.
Wenatchee, WA 98801
[509] 682-6710 (Phone)
[509] 682-6711 (Fax)

Director of Libraries & Learning Support Services
Jeannie Henkle [509] 682-6718

Reference & Instruction Librarian
Barbara Oldham [509] 682-6714

Digital & Media Services/Interlibrary Loan
Olivia Drakes [509] 682-6712

Circulation Services
Vacant Position​ [509] 682-6710

Cataloging & Technical Services
Anne Livingston [509] 682-6713

eLearning & Tutoring Services
Brett McGinnis​ [509] 682-6709

116 West Apple Ave.
PO Box 2058
Omak, WA 98841
[509] 422-7830

Electronic Resources Librarian
Reference & Instruction 
Tria Skirko [509] 422-7832
Book an appointment with this calendar.

1201 S. Miller Street
1st Floor, next to the coffee stand​
Wenatchee, WA 98801

[509] 664-3476 (Phone)

*Wenatchee Valley College hosts the Heminger Health Library catalog and enjoys a partnership with their library.  As a WVC patron or as a community member, you are welcome to access and use the CWH Heminger Health Library.

Meet the Libr​arians



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Jeannie grew up in Wenatchee, Washington. She attended Whitman College in Walla Walla, Washington, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology with a minor in Art History. Jeannie then earned her Master in Library and Information Science (MLIS) degree from the University of Washington and worked as a Medical Librarian at Confluence Health before joining WVC Libraries. She enjoys reading, and spending time with her family, her French Bulldog, Napoleon, and her "cat supervisor," Larry.

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Barbara Oldham has been a Community College Reference and Instruction Librarian for over ten years and she loves her work. In her spare time she rides her motorcycle around the countryside.

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Tria was born and raised in Omak, Washington. She attended Western Washington University where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in Humanities with a minor in English and Classical Studies. Tria then attended Heritage University where she earned her Washington State teaching credential. While earning that credential, she also applied and started the Master in Library and Information Science (MLIS) program at the University of Washington. She was awarded her MLIS in 2010 and became the librarian at Wenatchee Valley College. She also serves on some local boards: the Malott Improvement Club and the St. Nick Christmas Basket Program. She’s passionate about this valley of ours, the scenery, the sagebrush, the seasons and especially our community.