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Ginny Ebinger arrived in Los Alamos in 1954 to teach music and more than 50 years later she, along with her husband, are moving to Albuquerque and leaving behind a big impression on the local community.To recognize what Ebinger has accomplished and to say goodbye, the Los Alamos County Library System, Friends of the Library and the Los Alamos Historical Society are hosting a reception from 2-4 p.m. Sunday at the Upstairs Rotunda in Mesa Public Library.Not only has Ebinger volunteered with all three organizations, she said she was also been active in “almost all the music organizations,” Trinity on the Hill Episcopal Church and American Red Cross.Additionally, Ebinger said she taught outside Los Alamos through the American Orff Schulwerk Association.“I just work with people I enjoy working with and in organizations that I believe in,” she said.“She’s everywhere,” said Carol Meine, library activities coordinator. In the library system, Ebinger has served on the library board, the Friends of the Library board and the Friends’ bookstore. She also helped start the Author Speaks Series and served on the series’ selection committee.
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