Top row: Marjorie McKensie–ESAL Admin., Mary Egan, Bonnie Hindman–Vice President, Andy Morrison, Barbara Eitnier, Nancy Gold; Middle row: Jama Calabro–Treasurer, Cheryl Goldman–President, Minta Johnson, Nancy Musmanno–Corresponding Secretary, Mimi Weakland; Front row: Greg Snyder, Fred Heagy, Betty Ann
Petroski–Recording Secretary, Anita McCarthy, Pat Lacasse. Missing from photo–Henry Greenawald.
—Andy Morrison, Advocacy Chair
Members of the Friends of the East Shore Area Library are working on our 50th Anniversary. Our date is secure – Sept. 22, 2015. We will have the Annual Meeting at 1:00 and our guest speaker, Polly Murphy, will add another layer of history. Polly will share details about the Linglestown 250th Anniversary celebration, which happens the following month. Not only will she give us some interesting facts about our area, but she can bring us up-to-date about the “clock project,” the parade and the fair.
We also plan to invite “celebrities” from the library to attend, a slide show of our activities, and many other fun events. One of the display windows in the library will be filled with memorabilia from the past 50 years during the month of April. Do you have anything we could include? Do you have any suggestions? Contact FESAL through our web page.
As a member of FESAL, you are eligible to attend the annual meeting and also “Members Only” book sales during the membership year (normally the day before the public gets to buy books). You will also receive our Newsletter “Just Between Friends”. Individual membership dues are $5 per person. The following categories include donations and the members’ names will be recognized for their donations in our Newsletters: Bookworm ($20-$5 membership per person w/remainder as donation); Booklover ($30-$5 membership per person w/remainder as donation); and Bibliomaniac ($50-$5 membership per person w/remainder as donation). Additional donations are also appreciated and are passed on to the East Shore Area Library. Membership is open to anyone at least 18 years old. Children 17 and younger may attend the “Members Only” book sales with a parent or sibling who is a member.
Show your support for your community library. Become a “Friend” of the East Shore Area Library! FESAL is a nonprofit group, separate from the Dauphin County Library System. FESAL supports the East Shore Area Library (ESAL) with fundraising, special events, and advocacy.
Book sales are held in the spring and fall, normally April/May and October. Volunteer opportunities involve helping to collect, sort, and organize books at our book sales. Our books are all donated and many of our members volunteer their time to “work” at the sales. All of our proceeds from book sales, along with members’ donations, benefit ESAL.
The Friends of the East Shore Area Library Spring 2015 book sale held at the beginning of May was another success breaking the $10,200 mark. The volunteers and the Friends Board put in long hours collecting, sorting, organizing, and selling the books. Many compliments were received by the cashiers as people were checking out and paying for their books and that makes all the hard work worthwhile. A big thank-you to all the volunteers and also to the customers that buy the books.
Thursday, October 15 – 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM
Friday, October 16 - 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Saturday, October 17 - 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Wednesday, October 21 - 2:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Can join at the door.
Thursday, October 22 - 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM
Friday, October 23 - 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Saturday, October 24 - 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
If you’d like to be part of a special volunteer group for the upcoming collections and/or sales, please contact Bonnie Hindman at 433-8055 or email@example.com.
Click here for more information on all Friends Events.
We have given ESAL $132,870 over the past five years from our fundraising, which has allowed the library to purchase books, shelving, chairs, display fixtures, and more. This amount included $50,000 for the renovation of the former computer lab space into a special room for children’s programming, now known as the Dr. Henry Greenawald Room. In addition, we gave DCLS over $3,000 for various programs.
Learn More about becoming a Friend of the Library
Cheryl GoldmanFESAL PresidentH- firstname.lastname@example.org
Bonnie HindmanFESAL Vice President / Ways & Means / Book Sale Co-Chairbonniehindman@gmail.com
Betty Ann PetroskiFESAL Recording Secretarybettyannread@comcast.net
Nancy MusmannoFESAL Corresponding Secretarykiva4803@aol.com
Jama CalabroFESAL Treasurerjamapsu@hotmail.com
Henry GreenawaldFESAL Member at Large / Ways & Means / Book Sale Coemail@example.com
Greg SnyderFESAL Member at Large / Publicity & Public Relations Cofirstname.lastname@example.org
Anita McCarthyFESAL Member at Large / Publicity & Public Relations Coemail@example.com
Minta JohnsonFESAL Member at Large / Historymjohnson89@verizon.net
Mary EganFESAL Member at Largemegan133@verizon.net
Fred HeagyFESAL Member at Largefjheagy@yahoo.com
Mimi WeaklandFESAL Membership & Websitejmweakland@verizon.net>> FESAL Application Form - Become a Friend
Pat LacasseFESAL Newsletter Editor firstname.lastname@example.org
Andy MorrisonFESAL Advocacyanbook@comcast.net
Nancy GoldFESAL BylawsNancy_gold@comcast.net
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