NEED YOU TO BECOME A FRIENDS BOARD MEMBER Time commitment: one meeting per month on the 2nd Wednesday at 7pm 2-3 hours per month (sometimes less) Type of involvement: Work with others on fun projects/events to help raise funds for the
The Friends will be hosting the 7th annual beach bag book sale on Saturday, May 16th from 10am to 5pm on the sidewalk of the library. The sale will feature “beach reading”: mystery, fiction, romance and children’s books–all paperback–for $1 each
4/9/15 UPDATE: Bingo is sold out – there are no tickets left! This also means there will be no tickets available at the door. Thanks for your enthusiasm! The FRIENDS of the Haverford Township Free Library are hosting a Designer
We are having our annual Summer Sidewalk Sale at the Haverford Township Free Library on Saturday, May 17th from 10am to 5pm. All paperback books 50 cents to $1.50 Children and adults: romance, mystery, fiction Hotdogs, cold drinks and pretzels
Thanks to Chatham Park’s very large first shipment of drink pouches, we received points from TerraCycle as well as earned multiple entries into the Drink Pouch Brigade Giveaway Contest….and are excited to announce that WE WON! Thank you Capri Sun for the drink pouch
So far 4,222 drink pouches have been collected at Chatham Park Elementary School and over 1,350 chip bags have been collected from the High School! Trash to Ca$h is very excited about the program’s progress so far this year. Thank
The Haverford Township Free Library is now a participating Trash to Ca$h location! Printer cartridges will be collected here which will be turned into ca$h to financially support the many programs they offer our community.
Manoa Elementary School is now a participating Trash to Ca$h school! Drink pouches will be collected here to earn money that will be donated to the local library.
Chatham Park Elementary School is now a participating Trash to Ca$h school! Drink pouches will be collected here to earn money that will be donated to the local library.
After a successful debut as a pilot program during the 2011-2012 school year at Haverford High, Trash to Ca$h has now become a permanent fixture in the school collecting chip bags.