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Memorial Library

The Memorial Library was constructed in the Racquet Center building during the summer of 2007, dedicated later that year in November, popular with Members & guests since. Our dedicated Member volunteers oversee the library daily keeping of books properly shelved for our convenience as well as thin stock & donate books to a local charity.

The library houses almost 2,500 volumes of fiction, biography & nonfiction as well as a small collection of current magazines, audio books, movies, games & puzzles. Members are welcome to borrow and return books, puzzles, games.

Two computer work stations with WiFi access are available for Member use as well.

 
 

Hours of Operation

Daily | Year Round
8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

  • Donations
  • Donor Form
  • Tips for Visitors

Lakes' Member Volunteers: Janet Simpson, Laronda Hutchison, Dale Steinman, and Aileen Ashley.

Most materials are acquired by donation. A list of media we can & cannot accept is posted in the library & below. Please stop in to take a look, borrow a book or just to enjoy this tranquil space with a fabulous view.






Acceptable Items
Clean / Good Condition
Fiction / Non-fiction
Hard Cover / Paperback
Current Travel Books
Audio Books, CD / Tape
Movies, DVD / VHS
Music CDs
Cook Books
Jigsaw Puzzles

Unacceptable Items
Dusty / Torn
Adult Rated
Text Books
Travel Pamphlets / Maps
AAA Guide Books
Medical Books
Instruction Manuals
Children’s Books

Many Members have paid tribute to family or friends with a donation to the library. Gifts of $100 or more are acknowledged with a plaque displayed on the Library Memorial wall.

Donated funds are used to purchase enhancements for the library. Please keep the library in mind as a way to pay tribute to a loved one.

DONOR FORM

Please place all returned or donated books and other media on the table at the library entrance. The librarian will reshelf them in the proper location.

Printer paper is available in the Racquet Center shop next door for those using the computers. Used ink cartridges are recycled and replaced by the Administration Office.