Friends of John Marshall Library

The Friends of the John Marshall Library help support the library by filling the gap between library needs and public funds that are available to meet those needs.  Their support helps to enhance library services and facilities.  Activities which our Friends help support are:  exhibits, speakers, book discussion groups, children's events, art, music and film programs and many other worthwhile library events.  Some of their funds also are used to purchase needed equipment and for physical interior and exterior improvements.
 
Specifically, The Friends of the John Marshall Library contributed many of the funds which paid for our information desk, the family programs we all enjoy, supplies for the children's staff, additional magazine subscriptions, the blue binders which hold the current magazines, additional summer reading programs, signage, maintenance of the memorial garden, contributions to the Library  Foundation and Scholarship Fund and volunteer recognition. Just to name a few items!
 
Amazing, isn't it?  All these benefits from the purchase of those fifty cent books and ten cent magazines!
 
They are a wonderful group of dedicated volunteers who function as strong advocates for our library.

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