FRIENDS OF THE NORWELL PUBLIC LIBRARY WM J LEONARD MEMORIAL LIBR Reviews
The Friends of the Norwell Public Library are a friendly group of library patrons who raise funds to pay for children, teen, and adult programs at the library, as well as Museum Passes that patrons can currently check out to receive significant discounts at 17 different local or regional museums, zoos, and sporting venues. These offerings are a great source of educational and fun entertainment for residents of all ages and help enhance the community's quality of life. I like what they do.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
I've sat in on some of the well attended children's and adult programs at the library and had a chance to watch the fun and educational impacts from the programs funded by the Friends. The Friends also fund a number of museum passes that families can check out from the library and use to receive major discounts at a dozen or so local and regional museums and sporting venues. My wife and I have checked out a variety of museum passes, including the Museum of Fine Arts, Plymouth Plantation, and many more.
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Did your volunteer experience have an effect on you? (teaching you a new skill, or introducing new friends, etc.)
It was my pleasure to meet and work with a number of friendly folks in town and staff at the library. Great folks.
How did this volunteer experience make you feel?
Its a delight to see positive impacts, and this group helps add to the quality of life and sense of pride in our town.