The Friends of the Clay Center Library is a group of local community members who recognize the vital role the library plays as a community resource. Friends are responsible for raising awareness of all that the library has to offer to the community. The Friends also host events to raise money for many library activities and programs.
Why Become a Friend?
Our objectives are:
- to foster the use of the library and library services
- to focus public attention on needed library support
- to stimulate gifts and endowments
We plan projects to raise funds for needed library equipment and to add to the library collections. Some of our projects have included raffles. Adopt-A-Book, and our on-going book sale.
We implemented a Meet and Greet program, financially support the Summer Reading program, and offer a Quarterly Newsletter to Friends members. The group is constantly looking for new fundraising and promotional ideas as well as enthusiastic members who would like to serve on the board of directors. We meet the second Monday of every month, except June and December, at 6:00 p.m. in the community room located in the basement of the library.
Join Now! Please enroll as a member of the Friends of the Clay Center Library at one of the following levels:
- Business/Org. $25.00
- Benefactor $50.00
- Carnegie $100.00
Friends of the Library Board
Tresy Leitzel, President
Lynn Auld, Secretary
Susan Melton, Treasurer
Bobbi Rookstool, Youth Representative
Emily Bishop, Youth Representative
Jim Hackworth, Board of Trustees Rep.
Marion Schweitzer, Director