On Saturday, March 18 the Greater Grafton Partnership held their 9th annual Right Track Awards. These awards are given to individuals, organizations, and businesses who have excelled at serving the Grafton community and are thus considered on the "right track." This year's winner for non-profit organization was none other than the Friends of the Grafton-Midview Public Library.
The Friends were originally organized in 1984 with a mission to support the library with advocacy and funding. After reorganizing in 2009, the Friends have raised more than $40,000 for the Library, sponsored numerous programs for the public including Reading Between the Wines, and created an endowment fund.
We take this opportunity to thank the Friends for all their hard work and congratulate them for a job well done. To become a Friend of the Library, visit here.
Pictured L-R: Kathy Hyle, Vice-President, Marilyn Clements, Treasurer and President, Beth Plas.