Library Foundation funds special projects
The King County Library System Foundation recently funded 16 projects designed to enhance library services and meet needs in the communities.
Friends of the Library groups throughout the library district created the projects and pledged the base costs.
Tthe Foundation provided the matching funds, which totaled $7,950.
Projects at local libraries include:
The King County Library System Foundation is a non-profit organization that raises funds to enhance the programs and collections of the library system.
- Fall City Friends of the Library: $500 for CD-ROM tower and CD-ROM titles.
- Kenmore Library Association: $500 for Family History Series (including concert, journal-making workshop, genealogy classes for adults and children).
- Friends of the Kingsgate Library: $500 for purchase of English as a Second Language materials.
- Friends of the Lake Forest Park Library: $500 for materials for Homework Center.
- Friends of the Redmond Library: $500 for equipment and software for a Community Connection multimedia workstation for seniors, businesses, students of all ages.
- Woodinville Friends of the Library: $400 to sponsor a program by Jet City Brass in conjunction with the library's birthday event or a Sunday concert series.
For more information about the grants or volunteer opportunities, call 684-6628.