Friends of the Library (FOL) raise funds to support library programs and services. Some examples of programs underwritten by the FOL are:
- Summer reading programs
- Author visits
- Refreshments at our book talks
- Children’s story time and programs
- Teen programs
- New furniture at the branches
These are just a few of the things made possible through the generous support of the Friends of Mentor Public Library. If you believe in the library and its services and would like to support it where needed, please consider becoming a Friend of the Mentor Public Library.
It’s Easy to Join
To become a member, print and complete a membership application. Or stop by Circulation Services, fill out a form and write a tax deductible check for the desired type of membership to “Friends of the Mentor Public Library.”
- Junior (18 years and under) $1.00
- Individual $5.00
- Family $10.00
- Patron $25.00 to $99.00
- Sustaining $100 or more
Your membership entitles you to attend the Book Sale Previews in the Fall and Spring and to attend the Annual Meeting.
Contact the Friends by email: email@example.com or leave us a voicemail: 440-477-6195.
- February 12, 2018 @ 6pm.
2019 Book Sales
The Friends of the Library is always looking for volunteers to help staff the Read House during our quarterly book sales. Other opportunities are also available. If you are interested in volunteering, please call the Friends of the Library at 440-477-6195 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Organization and Meetings
The Friend’s current officers are:
- President: Kandi Brooks
- Vice President: Carrie Hollings
- Treasurer: Bonnie Cameron
- Secretary: Suzanne Miller
The election of officers takes place at the Friends Annual Meeting in September.
All members are welcome to attend the Friend’s Annual Meeting and Bi-monthly Meetings. The Bi-monthly meetings take place at the Main Library in the Frances Cleveland Room at 5:30 pm on the second Tuesday of every other month. Check the library’s calendar to confirm the date of the next Friends meeting.
In accordance with the bylaws, members shall be notified of proposed amendments by a written notice posted in the Library and all branches thereof, at least two weeks prior to the meeting.