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Mineola Memorial Library

Friends of the Mineola Memorial Library

The Friends of the Mineola Memorial Library is a volunteer organization under the Mineola Memorial Library 501 (C) (3) acting to engender public awareness and support of the library to enhance its service to the community. The primary purpose of this organization is to serve as a support group of volunteers for the library and to raise funds for special library needs. Our membership works with library staff to define their volunteer, special program, and financial needs. We fund library programs and activities that may exceed the library budget.

 

The Friends meet monthly, and guest speakers are provided for the community on a variety of topics.

We could use more friends! As a Friend you not only support the Mineola Memorial Library with your time and money, you become a part of our team.

Dues: Individual $10, Family $15 (which includes immediate family living with you). Membership is based on the calendar year with dues to be paid in January.

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Upcoming Programs

April 1:  Zoom meeting at 1:00pm

April 2:  Bake Sale to benefit the Library at City National Bank, 200 N. Pacific.  Members of the Friends are asked to bring baked goods to the bank. 

April 5-8:  Library Appreciation Week.  Show the staff how much we enjoy having them here.

May 6:  Meeting at 1pm.  Speaker Linda Brendle (author). local author

Friends of the Mineola Memorial Library will begin resuming in person meetings beginning May 6, 2021. Please join us at the Library Annex located at 1721 N. Pacific, Mineola beginning at 1:00 pm. We will be meeting outside, socially distancing, weather permitting. If necessary, we will move into the Annex and still maintain social distancing. Feel comfortable wearing a mask.

Our speaker for the May 6, 2021 meeting will be Linda Brendle.

Linda Brendle is a multi-genre Christian author. She has published two Alzheimer's caregiving memoirs, two novels about child trafficking in small-town America, and a light-hearted journal about her cat. Meet Linda at our meeting on May 6 where she will talk about her books and her writing experiences.

She will be happy to sign books that you may already own, so bring them along. She will also have books available for purchase. Some of the titles of her books include:

Mom's Long Goodbye

Tatia's Tattoo

June-August:  Summer Break and no meetings

The library is a 501(c)3, non-profit organization.

 

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