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Friends of the Floral City Library

2014-fc-folMembership in the Friends of the Floral City Library is open to everyone interested in promoting the library and its mission of community education for all.

Established in 1983, the Friends work to support the Floral City Library in a multitude of ways. The Friends sponsor classes and special events, volunteer their time at the library, during book sales, and work with other organizations in the community. The Friends were also integral in pushing for a new library in Floral City that complimented the town's historical aesthetics

There are three classes of membership for the Friends of the Floral City Library: Individual, Family, and Life. Individuals memberships are $10/year.

 

We meet the Second Tuesday, Every month September through April in the program room of the Floral City Library. (Except January and  April)

Election of officers occurs in March, with installation taking place at our Annual Picnic in April at Floral Park (date to be announced)

We hold mini book sales through out the year at the library, with our bigger sales being the first Saturday in December during Floral City Heritage days, and our Books & Bling sale in February.

Correspondence can be sent to the President addressed to the Floral City Public Library, 8360 East Orange Avenue, Floral City, FL 34436-3200.

2014 Officers
President, Phyllis Peters
Vice President, 
Treasurer, Charlene Nelson
Secretary, Dottie Temple

Friends of the Coastal Region Library

2014-cr-folMembership in this organization is open to all individuals and organizations that are interested in the purposes set out in the By-Laws.

A nominating committee appointed by the President makes selection for officers. The chosen slate of officers are posted at the library prior to the Annual Meeting. Election and installation take place at the Annual Meeting.

There are several membership categories available:

Benefactor
$100/year
Business Sponsor
$75/year
Sponsor
$50/year
Contributing
$25/year
Family
$10/year
Individual
$5/year

 

 

 

Correspondence can be sent to the President addressed to the Coastal Region Library, 8610 West Crystal Street, Crystal River, FL 34428-4468.

2014 Officers
President, Kathy Robey
Vice President, Lucy Ann Wines
Treasurer, Janice Griffin
Secretary, Barbara Gilley

Membership, Janice Griffin

2014 Directors

Chuck Gonzales
Ruth Levins
Madeline Markowitz
Anita Shadler

Friends of the Central Ridge Library

2014-hl-folMembership in this organization is open to all individuals interested in promoting personal growth through the use of the libraries resources. There are several membership categories available:
Sponsor
$50/year
Contributing
$25/year
Family
$7/year
Individual
$5/year
The Board of Directors meets on the second Thursday of each month, except for July and August when meetings halt during the summer season. A nominating committee is appointed at the September meeting, and elections and installation of officers are held at the January General Meeting.

Correspondence can be sent to the President addressed to the Central Ridge Library, 425 West Roosevelt Boulevard, Beverly Hills, FL 34465-4281.

2014 Officers
President, Kit Plourde
Vice President, April McLaughlin
Corresponding Secretary, Jackie Dean
Recording Secretary, Sue Haderer

Treasurer, Karen Reaves

2014 Directors
Ann Bader
Helen Brophy
Ed Geer
Jo An Gosenheimer

Sandy Price
Georgia Rummel
Karen Slaska
Carol Zychowicz

Friends of the Citrus County Library System

FOCCLS logo an owl with glasses reading a bookThe Friends of the Citrus County Library System, Inc. (FOCCLS) was established in 2001 when three Friends of the Library groups from Central Ridge, Coastal Region, and Lakes Region libraries joined together. 

Headquartered at the Historic Hernando School, FOCCLS manages the Book House, where donated books are sorted, priced, and packed for the major book sales in the Spring and Fall at the Citrus County Auditorium. 

Visit the FOCCLS blog at http://www.foccls.org to find out what's going on.

For information or to volunteer to help at the Book House, contact Sue Haderer or Jackie Dean.

List of Current Officers and Directors:

Officers
President, Sue Haderer
Vice President, Karen Slaska

Secretary, Barbara Gilley

Directors

Marcia Dalkalitsis
Sandy Hume
April McLaughlin
Sandy Price
Kathy Robey
Audrey Shepard
Lucy Ann Wines

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