Inspiring and supporting lifelong learning and the love of reading

Friends of the Library

 

Next Meeting: November 19th at 6:00pm in the Little Chute Public Library

 

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The mission of the Friends of the Library, a 501(c)3 tax exempt organization, is to enhance our library's programs, services, and resources through our volunteer efforts and by enlightening our community about what our library has to offer. Funds raised have supported projects & programs, such as:

  • Collection development at the library
  • Summer Reading Program, Fox Cities Book Festival and other wonderful programming for our community
  • AV equipment
  • Beautification projects for the library & grounds

Help Us Raise Money for the Library!

There are a variety of ways you can help raise money for the library:

Candy Bar Sales
Purchase a candy bar during your next visit to the library, then buy some to share with family and friends. It's all for a good cause!

AmazonSmile
Are you an Amazon shopper? Use AmazonSmile and a portion of each purchase you make can be designated to support your favorite nonprofit, like Friends of the Library!

Used Book Sale
Used materials from the library collection or from community donations are available at both locations in our ongoing used book sales. Prices are great - take a look and pick up a great title at a low cost.

Donations
Send a monetary donation with PayPal here or in person at either location.

Become a Member

Sign up to become a Friend today! Application forms are available at the library.  Membership fees are as follows:

  • Individual $5.00 per year
  • Family $10.00 per year
  • Corporate $50.00 per year
  • Lifetime individual or family $100.00 one time fee

Officers

Officers for the Friends of the Kimberly-Little Chute Public Library are:

  • Tamara Talsma, President
  • Kathy Quevillon, Vice President
  • Steve Thiry, Secretary
  • Aubrey Laux, Treasurer
  • Barbara Fleming, Director-at-large
  • Peggy Vaubel,  Director-at-large
  • Jim Moes, Director-at-large
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