Who We Are:
The Friends of East Greenbush Community Library is a non-profit, volunteer organization committed to creating broad community support for the East Greenbush Community Library as a major and expanding cultural resource and vital part of the East Greenbush community.
Through a range of fundraising events (book & media sales, children’s festival, tote bag sales, Amazon Smile and special events), the Friends enhance programs and services that the library can offer. Many of these programs and projects promote literacy and learning, and all contribute to a strong community supported by a strong library.
Click here to see all the ways you can help support the East Greenbush Community Library.
Come Meet Us:
The Friends meet at 6:30 pm on the third Tuesday of the months of February, April, June, September and November (meeting will be held November 13th) in the East Greenbush Community Library. New members are encouraged to stop in and meet us to join this important community group.
Liz Reyner, President
The Friends of the East Greenbush Community Library
10 Community Way, East Greenbush, New York 12061
Check out the Friends of Libraries USA Group: www.ala.org/united/friends
The Friends of the Library meetings are held on the third Tuesday of the months listed below at 6:30 pm. All members and those interested in learning more about the Friends are encouraged and invited to attend.
2016 Meeting Minutes
Liz Reyner, President,
Tricia Ferguson, Vice President
Janet Malecki, Treasurer
Kate Hafner, Secretary
Lois Hazelton, Public Relations
Patrick Cronin, Database Manager
Anne Burton, Advocacy/Membership Chair
Linda Murphy, Book Sale Chair