The Friends of the Brown County Library cannot raise its funds or manage its activities without the generous donations of time by our many dedicated volunteers.
We are always looking for new volunteers to help us fulfill and expand our mission to help the Library. All volunteer efforts, large or small, support literacy and learning in the Brown County area for all walks of life and all ages, infants to seniors. Many of our Friends happily volunteer their time on a regular basis for the social fellowship and the satisfaction of contributing to the greater cause of literacy and education for all.
We invite you to review the volunteer options listed below. For more information or to contact our volunteer coordinator, feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have a particular event of interest, please add it in the email’s subject line.
The Friends Mini-Golf Event, held every 2-3 years, is a miniature golf course that is set up to run through the Central Library. The course, in which each hole has a theme related to a book section of the Central Library, was designed and built as an Eagle Scout project. The event is a great way to bring entire families into the library and has been a source of much fun, laughter and exploration of seldom visited corners of the library.
Since there is a limited window during which the Central Library can be taken over by the course, volunteers are needed to quickly set up the pre-designed course, manage the event, and quickly take it back down, pack it up, and return it to storage.
Volunteer opportunities include:
The Friends of the Brown County Library is a
501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
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