FOL Volunteer Wins Award

FOL Volunteer Wins Award Volunteer Lyndall Noyes-Brownell was recently honored with the Willie Headley Service Award from the Black Mountain Beautification Committee. This prestigious honor earned a front-page story in the Black Mountain News this week.  The award is given to someone who has committed years — yes, years — to the Black Mountain Beautification Committee and

April Volunteer of the Month

Volunteer of the Month Our Volunteer of the Month, Gary Leive, is a retired Computer Engineer.  He has a passion for computers and photography and shares those skills with the Black Mountain Friends of the Library.  Our flyers, pictures and holiday parade entries shine thanks to Gary’s support.  Currently Gary is photographing the work being done on the

March Volunteer of the Month

March Volunteer of the Month Brent Carroll is our FoL Volunteer for March.  Thanks to Brent, the Friends of the Black Mountain Library have an awesome website and our technical capabilities continue to grow.   After serving in the Navy for 20 years, Brent retired and then signed up with the federal government, working for the US

GROW Trail at Lake Tomahawk

GROW Trail at Lake Tomahawk The Friends of the Black Mountain Library, in partnership with the Black Mountain Greenways and Trails Committee, the Black Mountain Beautification Committee, the Black Mountain-Swannanoa Chamber of Commerce, and the Arbor House Bed and Breakfast is excited to announce that the Greenways Read Out-loud Walking Trail (GROW) project at Lake