What are Junior Friends?
The Junior Friends of the Library are teens (7th grade and older) interested in community service projects at the Library as well as organizing fundraisers and programs of interest to other teens. Junior Friends is a great group to join if you need service hours or are looking for leadership opportunities.
ANYONE WHO WOULD LIKE TO VOLUNTEER AT THE LIBRARY WILL NEED TO REGISTER AS A JUNIOR FRIEND FIRST.
To become a Junior Friend, fill out the registration form on this page. This will give us your email so we can send you updates about activities and meetings.
OUR NEXT MEETING ISThere are no upcoming events at this time.
Register to be a Junior Friend
By registering to be a junior friend you are simply giving us email contact so that we can send you updates and reminders.
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If you are a student at WWRSD and need some community service hours in a pinch– READ!
That’s right, you can read a Young Adult book and review it and this can give you two service hours. You must check the book out from the library, and you must get a review form from the circulation desk. Return the completed form to the Library to get your credit.
An email will be sent to Peter Richter confirming your review was received.
The Library is seeking teen volunteers who would like to be a reading buddy and paired with a beginning or struggling reader.
If you are interested in being a reading buddy, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Library is seeking volunteers to help keep our shelves in order. Shelf readers are assigned a section of the library to go through to make sure books are in the right order and straightened. This is something that can be done on your own schedule.
Please contact Mrs. Dunn at (201)664-0583 to make an appointment for an interview.