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Library group seeks members

The Friends of the James River Valley Library System is establishing support for the library system in numerous ways. They include: Increasing awareness of the library's importance to the community. Advocating for the renovation and expansion of ...

The Friends of the James River Valley Library System is establishing support for the library system in numerous ways. They include:

  • Increasing awareness of the library’s importance to the community.
  • Advocating for the renovation and expansion of the library.
  • Raising funds for the renovation and expansion of the library.
  • Promoting the digital, electronic and traditional diversity of services that the library offers.
  • Assisting in children’s and adult programing.

The group’s first priority is to expand its membership to include individuals and businesses that understand and support the essential role that the library plays in the community.
Membership application bookmarks are available at Alfred Dickey and Stutsman County libraries. Fill one out and drop it off at either location or enter online at http://bit.ly/2om9w1F .

Friends of the James River Valley Library System Board members include: President Rebecca Nyberg; Vice President Laurie Podol; Secretary Laura Miller; Treasurer Katie Webster; Jill Shaffer, events; Zenithe Leininger, marketing, and Justin Batz, information technology.

The Friends group will have a booth at the Home & Garden Show on Saturday and Sunday, April 22-23, on the north wall of the main floor at the Jamestown Civic Center.

The Friends group has also organized a Love Your Library Week April 24-28 at Alfred Dickey Library. This will be an event that brings attention to the many programs and learning opportunities for Jamestown and Stutsman County residents.

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