"A good public library is the lifeblood of any community. It insures that all people, from all walks of life, have access to the information and ideas they need to learn and grow, to solve problems and to dream." James Michener
What are Friends of the Library?
The Friends of the Library are local residents or business members of the community who value public library service and believe that their library is one of the key elements that make their community a great place to live. They volunteer their time and talent to promote the use of the library and to raise funds which are used to enhance library services.
How Do I become a Friend of the Library?
Membership applications and brochures about the Reed Memorial Library Friends of the library organization are available in the library. Friends Board and committee members generally meet once a month to conduct their business. There is a small membership fee to join the Friends. As a Friend of the Library you can choose how much you wish to become involved but be assured---you will be among "Friends".
What Friends do for the Library
- Friends organize and conduct book sales
- Friends sponsors cultural events for the community
- Friends raises funds that are used to support programming
- Friends support Summer Reading Programs for adullts, children and young adults
- Friends are library advocates and often serve as the voice of the community in contacts with administrators and legislators
The Friends of RML can always use your gently used books and magazines. Proceeds from donated material help the Library in its programming efforts.
|| Phyllis Cettomai|
|1st Vice president
|2nd Vice President
|| Joan Seman|
|| Larry Silenius|
|Assistant Treasurer|| Vacant|
Teens: want to volunteer or be involved in planning fun activities? Become a Junior Friend of Reed Memorial Library! The group meets the first Thursday of every month at 6:30pm. Stop by a meeting to join!