Friends Of The Library Reach $2.2 Million For Local Libraries Since Their Inception

June 8, 2019

Since its inception in 1973, the Friends of the West Florida Library have contributed $2.2 million to the county’s library programs.

This week, the Friends presented a $28,144.53 check to the library system, finalizing a $30,000 commitment for the current fiscal year. Other funds were previous spent for items that included goody bags for children that visited with Santa Claus at the

The Friends of the West Florida Library is a non-profit organization independent of the library system.

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One Response to “Friends Of The Library Reach $2.2 Million For Local Libraries Since Their Inception”

  1. Phil Woolley on June 8th, 2019 7:51 pm

    Since we’ve had about a 40% shortfall from state funding for our local library front of the library take up the challenge and is superb and what it does and how many people Attracts!





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