Updated: Jun 14
(Moulton, AL) – June 13, 2023 – The Lawrence County Public Library (LCPL), a beloved community institution known for its commitment to providing quality library services, is seeking volunteers for Tuesday and Wednesday, June 20th and 21st, to help with a project involving the relocation of the library's children's collection and the breakdown, setup, and movement of furniture. The LCPL will be closed to the public on these work days.
With the aim of enhancing our library space and optimizing accessibility, the LCPL has embarked on this exciting endeavor. The project presents an excellent opportunity for community members to contribute their time and support the library in a meaningful way.
Volunteers will play a crucial role in organizing and relocating the children's collection, as well as assisting with the dismantling, assembly, and movement of furniture within the library.
Library staff will be present to guide volunteers throughout the process and ensure a smooth transition. This collaborative endeavor will not only contribute to the library's growth but also foster a sense of community engagement and pride.
Details of the Volunteer Opportunity:
Project: Relocation of Children's Collection and Furniture
Dates: June 20 and 21
Time: 10a – 5p
Location: Lawrence County Public Library, 401 College St., Moulton, AL 35650
We invite all individuals who are interested in making a positive impact on our community and supporting our library's mission to come forward and lend a helping hand. By joining forces, we can create an inspiring space to explore the world of literature and imagination.
To sign up as a volunteer or obtain further information about the project, interested individuals can visit our website at myLCPL.org or contact the LCPL at 256.974.0883.
Let us unite in our shared commitment to fostering a love of reading and learning among members of our community. Together, we can make a difference!
The Lawrence County Public Library is a public library system serving the residents of Lawrence County, Alabama. Established in 1961 as the Moulton Library, it became the county library in the early 70s. In 1974, the current library opened its doors to the public near historic downtown Moulton and has since been providing invaluable resources and services to a population of over 30,000 residents.
The library offers various services such as circulation services, print/fax services, publicly accessible computers, interlibrary loan services, programming for children, teens, and adults, as well as digital resources.
Funding for the library is provided by the Lawrence County Commission, the City of Moulton, and the State of Alabama.
Come and explore all that the Lawrence County Public Library has to offer!