Mission statement: The mission of the Hastings Public Library is to enhance the quality of life for our community by providing personalized, open access to the world of information and ideas. [Approved Board of Trustees, November 2009]
Hastings Public Library 2014-2016 Strategic Plan: View/Print StrategicPlan
Notice of Meeting: The Hastings Public Library Board will meet on Tuesday, December 11th, 2018, at 5:00
p.m. at the Hastings Public Library, 314 N Denver Avenue. An agenda is available at the Library.
The Library Board meets the 2nd Tuesday of the month at 5pm, unless otherwise specified.
Brad Beahm – Secretary | David Bierman | Nichole Bryant | Bobbi Buchholz – Prestident | Dave Hamburger |Kim Kern – Vice President |City Council liaison: | County Supervisor liaison: Michael Stomer | Amy Hafer – Library Director
Mission Statement: The mission of the Hastings Library Foundation is to acquire, apply, expend, and use gifts, grants and property for the use and benefit of the Hastings Public Library by managing, investing, reinvesting, exchanging, and/or selling these holdings, subject to the approval of the governing body of the library.
The Hastings Library Foundation is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) corporation, founded in 1978. It is governed by federal and state laws regulating non-profit corporations.
Jane Bauer | Lucinda (Cindy) Glen | Carol Hoffman | Lynette Krieger | Don Reynolds – Treasurer | Shelly Tork – President
Call Shelly Tork at (402) 462-4154.
Contact any of the board members by mail:
Attention (Board member name)
c/o Hastings Library Foundation
PO Box 849
Hastings, NE 68902-0849
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Mission statement: Members of the Friends of the Hastings Public Library are committed to helping the library, through advocacy, fundraising, and volunteerism, to meet the needs and expectations of the people it serves by supplementing the basic services and programs provided by the library budget. (Adopted 4/1997)
The Teen Advisory Board meets once a month September through May, making it a great opportunity for teens in grades 6-12 to meet new people and get involved. TAB members help plan and participate in the teen events, give input about items that may be added to the library collection, and earn community service hours. And of course, there is always free food and fun activities!
For more information visit our Teen Page.