Aloha, April 14, 2014. As part of the many activities this past weekend, the Aloha Community Library Association announced that they were awarded an amazing challenge grant of $15,000! The challenge is to raise $15,000 in the next 6 weeks (by May 31, 2014). If we do so, we will be awarded with another $15,000 by 2 generous donors who have combined their resources to make this available to us. As of Sunday evening, we had already received $6,310! This is a fantastic start to this campaign. Read more →
The library is moving! We will be open for our regular hours on Saturday, March 29, and Monday, March 31. Come in and stock up on books and DVDs to carry you through our closure! All materials will be due after our grand re-opening on Saturday, April 12. You may continue to return materials to our outdoor book drop during our closure.
The new library is located just across the parking lot from our current library, at 17455 SW Farmington Road (between Aloha Animal Medical Center and US World Class Taekwondo). Grand re-opening festivities will begin at 10am on Saturday, April 12. A storybook character parade begins at 10am at the current library and ends at the new library. All children are welcome to join us along with at least one adult. All are welcome to stay for a special storytime right after the parade. The program continues at 11am with a group of very special speakers to help us celebrate this landmark occasion. Join us for goodies and tour the library!
Our selection is growing! New book and DVD titles include:
- Star Trek: Into Darkness
- R.I.P.D.: Rest In Peace Department
- Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters
- Pacific Rim
- Runner Runner
- Enough Said
- and more!
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Terri Palmer; photo by Anna Marum/Beaverton Leader
Thanks to strong community support, the Aloha Community Library Association is happy to announce three big changes in the next few months.
First, Terri Palmer, who has been serving as our Director of Volunteer Services since the library opened in 2012, has been hired as our new interim Library Director. In her new role, Terri will be overseeing all library operations, including coordinating the other two big changes for the year.
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Friends, there is so much I love about the Aloha Community Library Association!
This is an association seeking to share with and serve those in our community. The effectiveness of your library’s mission in the coming months depends on your generosity and dedication. Right now and through October 20, your generosity to step up and support the library with your monetary gifts will be matched through an anonymous gift of $10,000. This matching campaign will ensure the hiring of paid staff allowing the library to grow in the ways necessary to become part of the WCCLS. Please help us “Open this gift of $10,000”. As of today, we have raised roughly 1/2 have that amount and have passed the $5,000 mark.
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