Friends of the Library

Who are the Friends?

The Friends of the Library are an all volunteer group who support the Green Hills Public Library District.

Purpose:

  • To stimulate public support for the Green Hills Public Library District through gifts and volunteer assistance.
  • To finance Library projects not possible with tax funds.
  • To encourage public understanding of our Library.
  • To increase the Library’s usefulness to the community.

The Friends have Purchased:

  • Display cases
  • Children’s interactive play items
  • Story time rug
  • Prizes for winter and summer reading programs
  • Bronze Max Turner statue at Library entrance
  • Reading bench on 2nd floor landing
  • Parking lot sign
  • Furniture in reading area adjacent to magazines

Fundraising Efforts

Used books, DVDs, CDs, magazines, and more are on the second floor of the Library.  All proceeds go to benefit the Green Hills Public Library District. Stop by to get a great deal!

Donations

The Friends are an all volunteer group that exists to support GHPLD.  Because this organization is entirely run by volunteers, donations can only be considered on days/times specified by the Friends.  Donation days take place on the third Monday of every month from 6-8pm in the lobby on the ground floor of the Library.

On donation days, print and A/V materials that are in gift-worthy condition will be considered as acceptable donations.  The Friends cannot accept the following: magazines, textbooks, encyclopedias, videocassettes, audiocassettes, records, CD-ROMs, and nonfiction books that are more than 10 years old (based on subject area).

Annual Membership Fees

  • Individual: $5.00
  • Family: $10.00
Are you interested in joining the Friends of the Library?  Pick up a membership application at the Library!