Watermelon Bust: See it here!
Teen Library Volunteers are wrapping up a summer of service with some fun science experiments.
How many rubber bands does it take to make a watermelon explode? Around 350 for this melon!
Library Volunteers See the Best Books...
Fight boredom and discover great reading while volunteering
at the Tigard Library. Volunteer opportunities abound for adults and youth, age 12 and older.
Give yourself a literary boost and become a Library volunteer! Training is provided for all
On June 19, Portland Timbers players Andrew Weber and Diego Chara
volunteered at the Library for the Timbers sponsored Stand Together Day. They joined the
Summer Teen Volunteers and a dozen Enterprise Rent-a-Car staff to shelve and prepare Summer
Reading prize folders. Hands on Greater Portland coordinated events like this throughout the
metro area. Thanks to our partners in making a fun, productive day!
Library Volunteer Interest Application:
Are you coming to a group event as a volunteer? You must
have a completed application in order to volunteer. Either forward the application to Trish as an
or drop it off at the Library. If you're coming to a group event, bring the application with you.
Download it, print it out and fill in the blanks.
Registration is required for New Volunteer Orientations.
(For adults and year-round volunteers!)
Questions? Contact Trish Stormont, Library Volunteer Coordinator
firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-718-2516
HELP WANTED: Book Donations Volunteers
The Friends of the Library need help sorting and boxing donations and
withdrawn library books. The Friends help generate money for library programs,
pizza for volunteer groups, and much more. Working with the Friends helps clear
shelves for more new books!
If you want to help with this virtuous cycle, contact Kathy Sleeger at 503-684-4082