The Friends of the Paul Sawyier Public Library

Old Library

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New Library


The Friends are having another
Silent Auction through August 23!

For more details,
click the Journal tab on the left,
or see our Facebook Event
(click the Facebook button, above)!

Who are the Friends?

The Friends of the Paul Sawyier Public Library

is a group of community volunteers 

committed to supporting the library 

through fund raising, sponsoring library programs, 

and enhancing public awareness of the library and its services.

We are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

Contributions are tax-deductible.


What do Friends do?

Here is a list of just some of the Friends' goals:

Raising money for special library projects, such as the stained-glass
window adorning the second floor of the new library
(click here to view it)

Presenting the needs of the library to the public

Furthering the appreciation of books, literacy,

  and education in the community

Supporting programming for children

Supporting programming for adults

Supporting life-long learning

And much, much more!

Who can be a Friend?

Membership is open to anyone interested in promoting the library.

The amount of time you spend volunteering is up to you.

How do I join?

Applications may be obtained at the library,

in the Friends' Lilian Lindsey Bookstore,

and on the "Membership Form" page of this website

(click the link at the top left).

How do I contact Friends?

Drop us a note in the Friends mailbox
at the library circulation desk
or send an e-mail to the Friends' webmaster, below.

Web hosting for this site has been provided courtesy of McAllen Solutions, Frankfort, KY.

The Friends' webmaster is volunteer Steven P. Cohen.

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This page was last revised on August 09, 2014