It is time for bi-annual elections.
If you are interested in serving as an officer for the Friends group, we need to hear from you at our Nov 5 meeting (Library Community Room 6:30 pm)! Nominees must have been a member for at least one year and not be employed by the Library or serving as a current Board member. The slate of officers will be formed at the Nov 5 meeting and presented for vote at the meeting on December 3. Officers serve for two years.
Don’t want to be an officer? Come out to our meetings anyway – we are always looking for program and committee volunteers!
The Friends of the Grafton Midview Public Library is a 501C3, non-profit organization of area residents.
Our purpose is to promote interest in the Grafton Midview Public Library and to improve and expand their services to our community. Friends provide financial and volunteer help and actively participate in Library functions.
Enjoy your time here, exploring all that the Friends are currently working on, past projects, and ways you can help in the future!
The Friends meet on the 1st Tuesday of each month at 6:30 pm at the Grafton-Midview Public Library.
30 years ago, In December of 1983 a few concerned library patrons formed the “Friends of the Grafton Public Library”, a support group to help the library through volunteer work and fundraising efforts. They hosted their first function at the “Old Fashioned Christmas Night” December 9th 1983, serving punch and cookies, inviting attendees to join the newly formed group. The first official meeting of the “Friends of the Grafton Library” was held January 23rd, 1984. Officers were elected and the By-laws were adopted.