Board Committees are headed by a member of the Board, but they may include Friends who are not on the Board. If you are interested in volunteering for any of these committees, please contact us.
- Organize, staff and oversee Book Sales
- Recruit and schedule volunteers for set up, sale and take down
- Organize and oversee membership, counting and payment stations
- Monitor table/floor areas during sale; continuously fill empty spaces
- Arrange for shopping bags, book disposal and box storage
- Organize, staff and oversee Book Store
- Maintain adequate inventory; rotate as needed
- Monitor store policy and payment procedures
- Recruit, schedule and train volunteers
- Organize, staff and oversee book sorting and pricing
- Determine optimal sales venue (store, sales, other)
- Price, categorize and shelve books for Book Store
- Categorize, shelve and/or box books for Book Sales
- Approve standing committee chairs and candidates for vacant officer positions
- Approve all requests for unbudgeted expenditures in excess of $100
- Approve any other matters that require Board approval between meetings when, in the President’s judgment, it is not feasible to obtain such approval through electronic or telephonic means
- Review and recommend financial and investment policy
- Oversee annual budget process and review all requests for unbudgeted expenditures in excess of $100
- The Chair of the Finance Committee shall assume the duties of the Treasurer in the absence of the Treasurer
- Recruit and recommend new Board members and annual slate
- Review and recommend committee structure and leadership
- Review and ensure compliance with Bylaws
- Develop and execute strategy for member recruitment/retention
- Process new member applications and maintain membership database
- Prepare press releases
- Produce Newsletter
- Manage website
- Design marketing materials
- Oversee all special events, including Meet-the-Author program, library staff appreciation lunches, refreshments for Book Sales, and Friends social events.
Book Discussions (“Books Sandwiched In”). Selects and facilitates discussion of noteworthy works of fiction and non-fiction.
Meet-the-Author Teas. Arranges for readings and discussion by published authors.