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Annual report 2014 slide show

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Greenville Public Library (RI) Annual Report 2014

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Annual report 2014 slide show

  1. 1. Greenville Public Library Annual Report of the Director July 2013-June 2014
  2. 2. 2 Founded 1882 in the Town of Smithfield, R.I.
  3. 3. Greenville Library is a Community Center
  4. 4. ANNUAL USAGE STATISTICS 111,152 walk-in patrons 185,778 items borrowed 11,602 e-book downloads 21,109 web page uses 19,326 computer sessions 48,667 questions answered
  5. 5. COLLECTION Books 72,027 Audio 2,722 Video 6,430 Magazines 4,215 Other 346 E-Books 35,428 TOTAL 121,168 5
  6. 6. Print Books 6
  7. 7. Print Magazines
  8. 8. 8 Children’s Room
  9. 9. Children’s Room 9
  10. 10. Exhibits 10 Children’s Bubble Castle Display Case
  11. 11. Art Work 11
  12. 12. PROGRAMS ATTENDANCE 932 8,382 Children 464 5,440 Young Adult (teen) 103 644 Adult 365 2,298
  13. 13. 13 Children’s Program Children’s Craft
  14. 14. 14 Legos project Teens Painting Pumpkins
  15. 15. 15 Art Instruction Cooking Instruction
  16. 16. Community Forums 16 Representative David Cicilline Treasurer Gina Raimondo
  17. 17. INTERLIBRARY LOAN We are a net lender: Borrowed 19,792 Loaned 30,292 17
  18. 18. COMMUNITY ROOMS Meeting Rooms were used by community groups 110 times. Rooms are used for classes and programs daily. Quiet Study booths were booked 318 times (double last year!) 18
  19. 19. AFTER-SCHOOL CENTER The Baker Teen After-School Center is open Monday through Friday 2-5:30 p.m. 815 teens used the center Teens watch movies, play Mine Craft and other games, chat and do homework in a supervised, safe environment. 19
  20. 20. OUTREACH Books and movies are brought to residents of senior housing and nursing homes, and the homebound. We serve three (3) residences and eleven (11) homebound patrons. 20
  21. 21. Donors Help the Library Carry out its Mission 34 Donors gave us $100 or more this year. 2 Anonymous Donors gave us $1,000 and $500 We received $12,996 in Membership Dues and Contributions. 21
  22. 22. Grants The Champlin Foundations gave us $37,000 to replace our shingled roofs. Thomas K. Winsor Memorial Fund: $2,428—Books Mattie A. Walcott Memorial Fund: $5,046—Books & Freegal Shirley Steere Memorial Fund: $ 288—Children’s Books David & Eleanor Battey-Campbell Fund:$298-Children’s Books 22
  23. 23. Endowment & State GIA The Library’s operating budget was supplemented by: Library Endowment: $10,000 State Grant-in-Aid: $154, 672 23
  24. 24. New Services Universal Class—On-line Courses for the public Hoopla—Streaming video, audio, and music MAKER SPACE 3D Printer VCR to DVD Dubbing Station Record to MP3 Dubbing Station 24
  25. 25. Maker Space 25 VHS to DVD Dubber Maker Bot 3D printer
  26. 26. Operational and Capital Improvements New Strategic Plan—2014-2019 15-Minute parking spots near the building Outdoor Wireless Internet Patio—Eagle Scout Project New Shingled Roofs—Champlin Grant Rooms on the Lower Level were Painted Fiber Optic Internet Cable Installed—BTOP Grant 26
  27. 27. E-Books on Tablets 27 iPad E-Reader Nook E-Reader
  28. 28. Electronic Books, Audio & Movies 28 Overdrive- RI E-Zone ————— One Click Digital ————— Hoopla ————— Freading ————— Freegal
  29. 29. Electronic Magazines Zinio 29
  30. 30. Erik Brenner Eagle Scout Project 30
  31. 31. Volunteers We utilize the services of volunteers. This year we were fortunate to have 645 hours of work donated to the Library. Weekly adult volunteers: Anna Martin, Marc Miller, Betty McCool, nancy Crytser, and Roberta Rylander. Weekly teen volunteers: Alex Iannuzzi, Ben Iannuzzi, and Amy Ahlberg. 31
  32. 32. Friends Sandi Brenner President Deborah Adler Nancy Crytser Elaine Farley Sarah Paquet Dorothy Swain 32
  33. 33. Staff Retirements Pauline Leaver—Children’s Librarian—27 yrs. Deborah Adler—Library Assistant—42 yrs. 33
  34. 34. New Staff Benjamin Hanley: Reference Librarian Donna Pontrelli-Larrabee: Library Assistant Barbara (Babs) Wells: Children’s Librarian 34
  35. 35. Board of Trustees Stephen Cicilline President Terri Kless Vice-President Elaine Farley Secretary Nicholas Loring Treasurer Domine Vescera Ragosta President Emerita Julianne Ip, MD Barbara Lysik Virginia Harnois Milo J. St. Angelo George Kelley Leslie Cashel, MD David Brush 35
  36. 36. Acknowledgements Apple Blossom Garden Club Town Manager, Dennis Finlay Town Department Heads Trustee President, Stephen Cicilline Trustee, Milo J. St. Angelo Trustee, Domine Vescera Ragosta Library Staff Friends of the Library President, Sandi Brenner Generous Donors and Volunteers 36

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