The Ashland Friends of the Library is a nonprofit, community-based support group for the Richard S. Gillis Jr. Library, a Branch of the Pamunkey Regional Library. The Advisory Board meets quarterly, and the membership meets annually. The Friends group supports library programs and community events, and purchases items needed by the library. For more details, read about our history and our contributions to the Ashland Library.
The Advisory Board of the Friends of the Library works with the Ashland and Pamunkey Regional Library staff to determine library needs that cannot be funded under the current budget. Past contributions include special programs for children, teens and adults, new shelving and chairs. We also contributed major funding to renovate the multipurpose room, entry hallway and bathrooms.
ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING
Thurs., Oct. 23, 2014
6:30 – 7:00 pm
Multipurpose room of the Ashland Library
The Friends of the Richard S. Gillis, Jr. (Ashland ) Library holds an Annual General Membership Meeting each year in the Multipurpose Room of the Ashland Library. The purpose of the meeting is to conduct appropriate business as required by the By-Laws of the organization, such as the election of new officers, and to update the general membership on current projects. All are welcome to attend. Only current Members of the Friends of the Ashland Library organization are eligible to vote.
Join your neighbors for a celebration of Ashland’s railroad heritage! Train Day 2014 will be on November 1. The Friends will be offering free cookies and cider from our booth near the rear door of the Ashland Library. Stop by and say hello!