A child wearing a gray toboggan and blue coat faces away from the camera, trudging in furry boots through a line of leaf-blown brown leaves on a large sidewalk against a white picket fence and into a bright blue building, set against a gray sky.

On Nov. 11, 2020, a child tromps through a trail of leaves on their way to daycare on Fermilab’s campus. On Feb. 2, 2021, snow sprays above a John Deere as it clears snow from the daycare parking lot.

After 20 years at the lab, Librarian Sandra Lee is retiring on April 30. Lee started working at the lab in Information Services (now part of Core Computing Division) in 2001, “so long ago that we had several books on preventing the feared Y2K computing crash,” she said. She has seen many changes as the library has moved from mostly print to mostly digital, but the mission is unchanged: to give our customers the right item at the right time…

From Il Sole 24 ORE, March 30, 2021: Fermilab’s Anna Grasselino is mentioned in this STEM story as a role model for young women and her participation in the Women in STEM conference.