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Paula McAdams, President
Jane Yochum, Treasurer

Our next meeting will be Monday November 17, 2014, 4:30 p.m. in the Friends Meeting


Volunteers Needed

Volunteer opportunities available at the library:
Shelf reading    
Cutting, pasting, and assembling items, Data entry, Dusting shelves and cleaning books, Providing baked goods, Helping with the children's and young adult activities


"A friend is one of the nicest things you can have, and one of the best things you can be."   - Douglas Pagels



Adult volunteers are needed to shelf read at the Plymouth Public Library. Come by yourself or with a friend to perform this valuable community service.

Contact Susan Mitchell at 936-2324

Friends of the Library FAQ's

What is a Friend?
The Friends of the Plymouth Public Library (PPL) is a nonprofit organization whose members work to support one of Plymouth's finest resources, the public library, through fundraising and advocacy.

Who can join friends?
Anyone can belong to the Friends of the Library, especially those who love reading and want others to have the benefits of using a library.

What are the goals of the Friends?
Fundraising for the library through a variety of means:  book sales, bake sales and our wagon and wheelchair rental booth at the Blueberry Festival, are just a few.  We provide money to purchase items needed in the library that are not provided for in the library budget.  We provide financing for over 500 children to participate in the Summer Reading Program.

How can I join the Friends of the Library?
Fill out a membership form, available at any circulation desk.

When do we meet?
We meet every other month on the third Monday at 4:30 p.m.





Meeting Room Reservations
A service, provided by the Friends, enables qualified groups to reserve our public meeting rooms online.  This user-friendly program is available 24/7 on the library website.  This service may also be accessed by clicking
here .

 Friends Book Sale
Look for the Friends of the Library shelves close to the main circulation desk at the Center Street entrance. There are books, CD's, videos and books-on-tape available for purchase at all times.

Books, cassette tapes, CD's, computer software, etc., in good, resale condition, are welcome for donation, taken at the library, during library hours.  We do not accept magazines.























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