About the Friends

Friends of Richmond Free Library

The Friends of Richmond Free Library are a group of volunteers whose purpose is to:

  • Encourage community support of the library and staff;
  • Raise money to underwrite special purchases for the library as well as the summer reading program and its workshops, art classes, and special programs.
  • The Friends of RFL meet twice a year and always welcome new members
  • Events where volunteers are welcome and needed
    • Annual book sale in February.
    • Staff an informational table at the library at the annual Richmond Holiday Market with books and library paraphernalia for sale.
    • Richmond’s July 4th parade: staff a tent and table in front of library with water, books, and library paraphernalia for sale.
    • Help sort and box donated books year round.

Co-Presidents of the Friends of the Richmond Free Library:

Mary Keller-Butler (unnamedmtn@hotmail.com 434-3619)

Karen Tufano (tufcorn@gmail.com 434-7357)

 

 

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