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Pulaski County
Yearbook Archives

search 89 high school yearbooks
from 1921 - 1977
Snowville High School
1932 Yearbook

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Access to Military Records
Movies, ebooks, Audio Books, Music, Comics and More....

Southwest Times Digital Archives

Christiansburg Institute Archives

Farmer Photograph Collection

Now includes Ebsco Downloadable eBooks for all Ages
Find It Virginia

Zinio User Information

Digital Library
Audio Books
and ebooks
@ Your Library

Overdrive Resource List

HeritageQuest Online

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National Geographic Kids

One Click Digital Tutorial
Find in a library with WorldCat


Libraries will get you through times with
no money better than money will get you
through times with no libraries.
- Paulette Dickerson

Focus attention on the Library facilities, services and needs
Provide support for Library programs
Educate the community about the Library system
Serve as an advocate for the Library
Stimulate use of the Library as a resource for everyone in the community
Work with Library staff and Library board to enhance Library services
Raise money to supplement the Library budget
Sponsor book sales
Serve as host for special events
Sponsor book discussion groups
Sponsor staff appreciation
Sponsor Meet the Author signings
Provide children's programming
Provide funds to support Library programs and equipment purchases


As a Friend of the Library you can use your special talents and time to help with whatever your interest might be:

Book Sales:
New, used hardcover and paperback books, as well as magazines donated to the Library, are sold to raise money for projects designated by the Friends.

Meet the Author:
Conversations, lectures, poetry readings, receptions and autograph sessions with locally and nationally known authors.

Children's Programs:
Storytelling, puppets, plays, festivals, workshops and computers to turn children on to the benefits of the Library as early as possible and to keep them life long learners.

Summer Reading Program:
Programs with exciting themes to encourage readers of all ages to continue to read during the summer months. Incentives and awards for those who participate.

Financial Support:
Through fund raising efforts Friends are able to provide extra funding for materials and equipment to enhance existing programs.

Membership dues and contributions are tax deductible to the extent of the law.

The Friends meetings are held annually in April
during National Library Week and October.

For answers to questions or to make comments please
contact a library staff member at:
Pulaski County Library
Charles & Ona B. Free Memorial Library (540)674-2856
or visit


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