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A special notice. Beginning April 3, 2019, we will stop updating this site and focus on the Friends' new website at https://friendsoftherblibrary.org/. Please go there. We welcome your comments as we try to provide information about our RB Library faster and in more useful formats.

Governance of the Friends

The Friends of the Rancho Bernardo Library Board of Directors meets on the third Saturday of odd months at 10:00 AM at the Library.

The 2019 Annual Meeting was held on Saturday, February 2, 2019 in the Community Room.

Board members were elected for two-year terms by the membership at the Annual Meeting of the Friends of the Library.

The Friends are governed by its Bylaws.

The Board of Directors Consists of the Officers, plus the Committee Chairs and the Immediate Past President.

2019 Board Of Directors
New Board members were elected February 2 at the Friends of the Library Annual Meeting. Shown above are new and continuing Board members for 2019: (from left) Diane Harris, Newsletter; Elisabeth Koenig, Secretary; Oliver Smoot, Webmaster; Dave Hall, President; Diane Heinz, Bookshop; Harvey Levine, Concerts and Finance; Laurie Davidson, Fundraising; Maureen Hons, Treasurer; Kathy Leuhring, Hospitality and Lending Library; Bob Leuhring, Lending Library; Millie Boaz, Vice President Operations. Not shown are: Jeanne O’Connor Green, Vice President Membership and Support; Dick Leuhring, Book Sales; Vickie Ihrig, Workroom; Seema Pateel, Publicity. 
President Dave Hall
Immediate Past President Judy Levine
Vice President Operations and Bookshop Millie Boaz
Vice President Membership and Support Jeanne O’Connor-Green
Secretary Elisabeth Koenig
Treasurer Maureen Hons
Committee Chairs  
Book Sales Manager Richard Luehring
Bookshop Diane Heinz
Concert Coordinator Harvey Levine
Fundraising Laurie Davidson
Hospitality Kathy Luehring
Lending Library Kathy and Bob Luehring
Membership Vacant
Newsletter Diane Harris
Publicity Seema Pateel
Website Oliver Smoot
Workroom Vickie Ihrig

In the case of good books, the point is not how many of them you can get through, but rather how many can get through to you.
Mortimer J. Adler, philosopher, educator, and author (1902-2001)