Monday, November 24, 2014

Friends of the Greenville Public Library are looking for a few (or many) good books

Dede Wissman and Vicky Stickel sort books to maintain
quality book, CD and DVD offerings on the shelves of the
Friends of the Greenville Public Library Used Book Sale
area of the Library.  The FOL used books, located in the
computer area of the Library, would make great gifts.
Donations for the books go toward FOL sponsored programs for the Library.
As the Marines are looking for a few good men, The Friends of the Greenville Public Library are looking for a few (or many) good books.

The FOL on-going book sale, on the second floor of the Greenville Public Library, just in back of the computer area, holds dozens of books, CD’s and DVD’s that can be had for a voluntary donation. The variety of topics is wide enough to meet most interests and is ever changing.

Donations of books, CD’s, and DVD’s in good condition are always appreciated. Presently, the Friends book sale coordinators are hoping for donation or more Christmas books, romance paperbacks, small children’s books, cookbooks, CD’s and DVD’s. Their goal is to keep a well-balanced selection so that patrons will be able to take materials that fit their interests.

Many patrons are not only repeat users of the on-going sale, but recycle their favorites by donating them back to the Friends. Bring good used materials into the Library to help the Friends of the Library in its support of GPL programs and needs.

Providing for this summer”s family reading program was one of the many examples of FOL working hand in hand with the Library in its effort to provide programs for families and the community.

For more information on how to be involved in Friends of the Greenville Public Library or questions about donations, call 937.548.1916.

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