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Would you like to become a Friend of the Library?
The Friends of the Library are a not-for-profit group of volunteers who support the public library through activities and fund-raisers. Money earned goes for programs, equipment, books, videos, furniture, or other things the library needs and can’t afford to purchase. Being a Friend is a great way to meet other people who are interested in books and the library, to bring public attention to all the materials and services the library has to offer, to encourage and receive gifts, endowments and bequests to the library, and to raise funds to provide special programs for kids, teens, adults, and seniors at the library.
Each Friends of the Library group supports the activities and raises funds for the needs of their local branch. Contact your branch to get involved or click on a link below to get more information about becoming a Friends of the Library member.
The Friends of Library @ Altenburg is a fund-raising group that helps raise money to purchase new books and equipment, present special library programs, and more. There are many opportunities to serve…helping with the book sales or the membership drive. Dream up new ways to raise funds, special projects, and much more. Benefits of membership can include members-only previews of book sales or discount and discounted tickets for events. This Friends group meeting bi-monthly on the fouth Tuesday of the month at 6 pm at the Altenburg Branch.
Friends of the Library @ Benton – currently inactive
Friends of the Library @ Oran – Currently inactive
Mission Statement: to support our library through financial and creative means that ultimately improves the library experience for the community.
The Friends of the Library @ Scott City meets on the first Friday of the month at 5 pm at the Scott City Branch.
Don’t forget that the library often has need of volunteers to help with extra jobs around the library. Some may be short-term but others can be ongoing. Just ask one of the librarians for more information.