There are ways to help support the Drummond Public Library!
The Drummond Public Library is always open to people wanting to donate their time and talents. The needs of the library change throughout the year, so call and talk to Suzanne at the library about what types of volunteer activities are available, or ideas and talents you might offer.
The Drummond Library has a Friends of the Library that help the library in various ways. A sample of activities is an annual book sale, making refreshments for programs, and volunteering for special projects. For more information about the Friends call Susan Pagnucci at 715-795-2308.
Private donations have become an increasingly important way to support our local library. Funding gets tight, money has to be stretched further and costs go up. Donations and memorials of all sizes have been given to the library over the years, and all are much appreciated. Our books on CD collection has largely been developed by using private donations. Donations can be publicly recognized or can be given anonomously. They also can be given for a specified purpose, or left to the discretion of the library director and the library board.