FRIENDS OF THE MAUD MARKS LIBRARY
Who are the Friends and what do they do?
The Friends of Maud Marks Library is a nonprofit organization made up of volunteers dedicated to encouraging greater use of the Maud Marks Library and its services. Since 1984 this organization has provided various programs for children and adults, services, books, and equipment to the library and community.
To support our work we ask for an annual membership fee, which is tax-deductible and structured like a donation. You decide which level of financial commitment to make. This membership is open to everyone.
The Friends can only achieve our goals with your support. Membership gives you the opportunity to join our team of volunteers that put together our programs and activities and makes these events successful.
Did you know...? Many of the nicest features were funded by the Friends of Maud Marks Library.
~Blue Tack board Display Walls in the Children’s Area and the meeting room
~Western Décor—Stars & horses
~Wooden Display shelving
~Children’s area—display cart, rug, puppets
~Subscriptions to magazines
~Books, CDs, DVDs
~Infant Story time
~Toddler Story time
~Pre-K Story time
~Program Volunteer Appreciation
MEET THE BOARD
VICE PRESIDENT-Charlotte Brooks
SPECIAL PROJECTS-Martha McCullough, Rita Costello, Sharon Grenell, Gene Senfft
HONORARY MEMBERS-Tom Snodgrass, Barbara Rief
Glenda Lindsay, Catherine Danna
***You can direct questions to anyone on board through the contact page.