Friends

Friends of the Library

 (FMPL--Friends of the Muehl Public Library)

The Friends of Muehl Public Library is an ever growing non-profit organization that believes libraries are a vital resource in every community. We are a 501 (c) (3) organization and we are classified as a public charity.

Contact by mail: FMPL c/o Muehl Public Library 436 N. Main Street Seymour, WI 54165-1021
Contact by e.mail: Send an e.mail with “Attn. FMPL” in the subject line to sey@muehlpubliclibrary.org

Programs, Meetings, & Mission

***Attend the monthly meetings at the library. Every 3rd Thursday of the month at 6:30pm. (IN THE MEETING SPACE @ THE LIBRARY.) We don't meet in July or December.

Members of FMPL support the library by volunteering their time, efforts and abilities in the following ways:

Programs

  • Book Sales
  • BETTER WORLD BOOKS (prior to Book Sales) This is why we WEED: BWB explanation
  • Seroogy's Candy Bar Sales
  • Advocacy/Library Legislative Day
  • Decorating Committee
  • Movie Nights
  • Children's Summer Reading Program
  • Teen Summer Reading Program
  • Adult Summer Reading Program
  • Holiday Raffle
  • Wine Tasting Event with Silent Auction
  • Field trips
  • Hosting authors
  • Thank you banquets

Promotion

  • Posters
  • Flyers
  • Special Events
  • Underwrite snacks for monthly adult book group, Sept thru May
  • Pay for guinea pig and fish needs in the library
  • Pay for anime afternoons (April and October) and movie night needs

What are the Friends' missions?

  • Broaden community awareness and use of library services and resources.
  • Support the library in developing library services and resources as needed in our community.
  • Raise funds through membership dues and special events to supplement the library budget for materials, equipment and services.
FMPL Meeting Minutes

Current FMPL Leadership, 2017

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From left to right: Elizabeth Moeller, President; Kris Peters, Secretary; Deanna DeBruin, Treasurer and Ann-Marie Karweick, Vice-President.

Bulldozer was a prop in the parade for the summer reading theme: BUILD A BETTER WORLD, 2017. And all officers are sporting eclipse glasses which were trending when the picture was taken!