A special thank you to all of our participants: The Neuropsychiatry Center, Rachael and Julia Sarnowski, the Residents of Connections Neighborhood, the Bridgeville Public Library Staff, Relay for Life of South Fayette/Bridgeville, Betty Copeland, Bridgeville Historical Society, Country Meadows Pathways, Mary Pat Holl, Cami Capozzoli & Family, Country Meadows Personal Care, Frank & Patty Dempster, Washington Commons, Geri Wagner, Bridgeville Public Library Board of Trustees, Bridgeville Public Library Family and Youth Services and Country Meadows Independent Living, and Steel City LEGO Users Group.
The antiques appraisal event was a tremendous success, with some participants finding out they had treasures in the attic worth thousands! Others, weren’t so lucky, but everyone had a great time and we will be sure to hold this event again in the future! If you are interested in participating a future antiques or any of our events, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or sign up for our mailing list on the home page.
It’s hard to see in the photos below, but it’s glaringly apparent in the library that the new, energy efficient window film donated by the Friends has created some shady librarians (in a good way!). Staff and patrons complained that overwhelming glare was creating an uncomfortable – and at times unworkable – situation in the library. So, the Friends were happy to fund their request for the solar film application to keep everyone from getting sunburn during their stay at the library. Your donations helped make this upgrade possible!
Bridgeville Borough Building
Burton’s Total Pet Supply
Chamber of Commerce
Country Style Pizza
Ghelarducci Gas Station
Gulf Gas Station
High Tech Hair Salon
Kathi’s Dance Studio
Kid Ewe Knot
Sudsy’s Beer Distributor
Vision Source of South Hills
The good news is libraries are firmly embedded as part of the social framework. The bad news is people still aren’t sure what libraries should be in 2016.
When the library asks, the Friends provide. The money that comes from your support of the Friends from our fundraisers helped purchase this top-of-the-line kitchen set for the Children’s Department. So far, a day hasn’t gone by that it hasn’t been in use by the future home cooks and chefs of Bridgeville! Bon Appétit!
Thanks to everyone for helping to make the book sale a success. Together, we helped raise $986 that the Friends will use to help support the needs and programming of the Bridgeville Public Library. Discussions are already under way about making this event a regular part of the Friends fundraising calendar.
Friends of the Bridgeville Public Library