Current Happenings

  • FNPL is thrilled to accept Nonprofit Entrepreneur of the Palouse award on Tuesday evening, May 23.  The public is welcome to attend a free catered dinner at this Palouse Pitch event hosted at the University of Idaho, but seating is limited so registration is required.  The award includes a cash prize and a professional publicity video for FNPL.  Come celebrate with us!
  • Pre-order your 2017 FNPL t-shirt today!  Orders are due by Tuesday, May 30, and shirts will be ready for pick-up on June 13. Download the order form here. Congratulations to our 2017 t-shirt design contest grand prize winner Charlie, age 5.  

Our Purpose

The purpose of Friends of Neill Public Library is to supplement Neill Public Library’s materials, programs, professional development and special needs not covered by the library’s regular budget.

We hope you will help us support Neill Public Library. Join as a member, give a gift, or browse our book sale items which are always available during open library hours.

Friends of Neill Public Library (FNPL) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization incorporated in the state of Washington. All donations to FNPL are tax deductible according to the Internal Revenue Code.

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Thank you to Palouse Knowledge Corridor for presenting FNPL with their 2017 Nonprofit award and gift this evening. And thank you to Joanna Bailey for nominating our group. ... See MoreSee Less

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Join the Neill Public Library and Friends of Hospice as we celebrate our Veterans.

Celebrating Our Veterans and the Tradition of Decoration Day
Friday May 26, 2017
Celebration 6:00 PM
Neill Public Library, Hecht Meeting Room

Decoration Day started in 1868 to honor Civil War veterans. Within 20 years the name was changed to Memorial Day to commemorate all American veterans. Join with us as we honor our Whitman County Veterans, and their families, for their selfless service to our country.

Celebration highlights include a Color Guard by a Pullman Boy Scout Troop 460, a patriotic music performance by the Merry Minstrels and book donation by Friends of Hospice. We are grateful to have a local Veteran who will speak to us, as well.
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