Englehardt (Lowell) Branch News
Become a Friend of the Englehardt Library!
What do the Friends of the Englehardt Library Do?
We work to create close relations between the library and the community. Our job is to promote knowledge of the library’s functions, resources, services, needs and to improve the library’s facilties. We are also the fundraising arm of the library.
What is done with the monies raised by the Friends of the Library?
- We established and continue to maintain the Michigan Book Collection which features books about Michigan and/or written by Michigan authors
- We purchase additional books and display fixtures for the Children’s area
- We reclaimed and rennovated an area in the library dedicated to teens
- We sponsor programs and speakers
- We fund facility enhancements, such as a coffee bar, additional CD storage, a program room microwave and area rugs
What kinds of activities do volunteers do?
Join our adult book discussion group, the Bookworms. Suggest a discussion title or even lead a discussion!
Participate in our fundraising events. Mann our cash table at one of our book sales. Help to set up or break down a book sale.
Sort donated books to be sold at our twice yearly book sales.
Offer suggestions for a possible program or speaker; supply refreshments for programs or just attend!
Share a special collection you might have by decorating one of our lobby display cases.
- Invitation to our members only Holiday Tea, complete with delicious treats and wonderful entertainment
- All volunteers who help set up and/or break down our twice annual book sales receive Book Bucks to spend at our sales or in our Book Nook
- Sneak preview and purchase option for our summer book sale
- Invitation to our members only Spring Luncheon held to recognize our library staff and volunteers
Make lasting friends . . . Join the Englehardt Friends of the Library Today!
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