Harris County Friends of the Library

You Can Help HCFOL Help Your LIbrary

hcfol.org Network for Good buttonAll of us who lived through the recent floods will remember the devastation and loss, but hopefully the more lasting memories will be of the generosity of spirit and selflessness of the people who call southeast Texas home. Many of you have asked how you can make monetary donations to help in Harris County Public Library's recovery. The Harris County Friends of the Library have now set up an online system that streamlines the process. It allows you to specify, if you wish, how your donation is to be used, so if you want to give to the HCPL system as a whole, to your home library, or to one of the four HCPL branches that remaiin closed due to flood damage, you can.

Annual Meeting of the Harris County Friends of the Library, March 6, 2015

The 2015 Annual Meeting of the Harris County Friends of the Library (HCFOL) will be held on Friday, March 6, 10:00 a.m. at HCPL's Administrative Offices located at 8080 El Rio Street in the NRG Stadium-area. The Harris County Friends of the Library is the umbrella organization made up of the members of the 26 individual branch Friends groups. All current members of branch Friends groups are encouraged to attend.

On the agenda are the election of HCFOL officers (including recently added at-large positions), the State of the Library report by Library Director Edward Melton. a presentation on the upcoming Summer Reading Program by Coordinator of Marketing and Programming, Linda Stevens. and discussion of HCFOL fundraising efforts for the coming year.

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