Applying for a Library Card
The Internet is a global network with no governmental control of its users or contents. Information accessed through the Internet may be controversial in nature. The library is not responsible for the content or accuracy of the Internet and the World Wide Web. The library cannot be responsible for computer problems, network outages or other access problems which may occur.
The library has always been favored as a beneficiary of gifts. Since additions to the library's resources assist in carrying out the library's purpose, they are always encouraged and welcome.
GUIDELINES FOR DONATIONS TO THE FRIENDS OF REED MEMORIAL LIBRARY
The purpose of the Reed Memorial Library public bulletin board and information stand is to provide information to patrons about educational, cultural or welfare activities of broad general interest to the public. To fulfill that purpose, the policy for posting flyers, posters and brochures has been made to be as general and generous as possible for non-profit organizations.
REED MEMORIAL LIBRARY
6.l Library Patron Behavior Policy
Mutual respect makes it possible for everyone to enjoy library materials and services.
Reed Memorial Library has a guiding principle for how to act in the library: each patron should be respectful of each other and behave in a manner that does not disrupt or interfere with the rights of others. The Board of Trustees has the responsibility to set policies for behavior in the public library. The goals of the policy are:
If you are interested in volunteering at Reed Memorial Library, please read the documents attached below for position descriptions, a code of conduct, and applications which you may print, fill out, and return to one of our public service desks.