Tag Archives: Carole Starr-Kmiecik

Let your imagination soar this November at MPL

We want your imagination to take flight during National Novel Writing Month at Mentor Public Library. That’s why we’re hosting three women who know how to soar this November at our Main Branch. First, Connie Luhta—a trustee for the International … Continue reading

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10 facts about Dorothy Fuldheim, the first lady of television news

Carol Starre-Kmiecik visited us to discuss Dorothy Fuldheim, the first lady of television news, while in character as Fuldheim. Here are 10 things we learned from her talk: Fuldheim’s family was so poor that when her brother died of strep throat, … Continue reading

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Meet the first lady of television news at Mentor Public Library

Dorothy Fuldheim shattered more glass ceilings than a cannonball cascade on a neighborhood of greenhouses. The Cleveland resident was the first female commentator on ABC Radio and the first woman to anchor a television news broadcast, as well as host … Continue reading

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‘Jackie O.’ will be speaking at Mentor Public Library

Library visitors may do a double-take when they see Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis at Mentor Public Library. But it’s actually Carole Starr-Kmiecik in character as the foremost among the First Ladies. She’ll be talking as Jackie O. during a free program on … Continue reading

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