Friends of the Library

History

Lovett Memorial Friends of the Library is a non-profit organization established in the 1950s to provide support for the library. The Friends central mission is to promote knowledge of the functions, services, and needs of the library as well as to facilitate and stimulate improvements to library services, collections, and to advance overall outreach activities and programs.

Lovett Memorial Library receives funding from its Friends of the Library organization. Specifically, the Friends group funds the library’s annual Summer Reading Program and related activities. In addition, the group is also responsible for the annual Library Book Sale which occurs yearly in the month October.

The group relies, not only on its fund-raising activities, but on the dues of its members to provide services and much-needed funding to Lovett Memorial Library. New members are necessary and welcome. An annual meeting of the general memberships shall be held in the month of April each year. Membership applications are available for download here or at the front desk of the library. For more information, contact (806) 669-5780.

Membership Information

Annual membership fees are as follows:

Individual memberships — $5

Family Memberships — $15

Business & Organization Memberships — $25

Life Memberships — $100

Current Officers

The 2022-2023 Friends of the Library slate of officers include the following:

President, Jeff McCormick

Vice President, Ron Schmidt

Secretary, Lawausa Crain

Treasurer, Lynne Moore

Corresponding Secretary, Ed Marshall

 

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