Liberty Municipal Library

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Supporting Your Library

How to get involved!

Volunteering

Friends of the Library

Join the Friends of the Library

Membership is open to individuals, families, students, and organizations interested in promoting the materials, services, and programs of the Liberty Library.

Membership dues are:

Student  $1

Individual or adult   $5

Family  $10

Contributing Member  $25

Business or Organization  $35

Sponsor  $50

Patron  $100

Life Member  $1,000

Why should you join the Friends?

Friends of the Library is a non-profit volunteer group dedicated to encouraging participation and interest in the library through contributions and personal service.  The Friends work together to help provide financial assistance for much needed equipment and special programming for the library.  With assistance from the Friends, our children's programming continues to grow and flourish.

Meeting Time

The Friends of the Library meet on the second Monday of each month during the school year. 

The Friends Book and Bake Sale, held each March during the Liberty Jubilee, is their major fundraiser.  People come from miles away for the huge selection of quality books and the delicious baked items.

Books as Tribute

There are times when we wish to honor a person, an important event, or give a gift in memory of a relative or friend.  Books are long-lasting tributes to the person or events we wish to remember.  Memorials or honorariums may be made to the library, or the Friends of the Library.  If you would like to make such a gift, further information is available at the library.

The Library Foundation

Liberty Municipal Library Memorial Funds

The Liberty Municipal Library Trust Fund makes it possible for individuals, civic clubs, or businesses to make contributions to the library in memory or in honor of individuals.  Contributions are placed in the trust, invested by the trustee, and the yearly income is used to purchase books and materials to enhance the library.  All contributions to these funds are tax exempt under IRS Code Section 501(c)(3).

The Barry N. Jeffery Fine Arts Fund

The Barry N. Jeffery Fine Arts Fund was established in memory of Mr. Barry N. Jeffery.  Interest from this trust is used to purchase reference books relating to the fine arts.

The Elizabeth Anne Fund

The Elizabeth Anne Fund was established in memory of Mrs. Elizabeth Anne Pickett.  This fund is used to purchase children's books and for special children's programming.

Cheryl's Poetry and Music Fund

The Cheryl's Poetry and Music Fund was established in memory of Mrs. Cheryl Pickett.  The interest from this fund is used to purchase works of poetry and music.

** Visit our Library Photo Album to see pictures of our Friends of the Library.      

Click Here  -    Friends of the Library

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