Teen Advisory Board

The Lower Providence Teen Advisory Board assists the Friends of the Lower Providence Library with Library Fundraising and other special events.

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Volunteer Opportunities

If you are interested in volunteering, we have applications at the front desk.

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Teen Programming

TAB ‘Teen Advisory Board’

Teen Advisory Board (TAB) assists the Friends of the Lower Providence Community Library with Library Fundraising and other special projects. TAB hours count towards Community Service, meets on the first Tuesday of every month at 7pm, and is open to students in grades 7-12 only. Light refreshments will be served.

Congratulations to our wonderful TAB Senior Graduates! 

Here is the list of our GRADUATING SENIORS, representing Methacton, Springford and Perkiomen Valley School Disstricts:

Alyssa Lanter: President
Andrew Olesky
Annette Luba
Annie Zhang
Ashmitha Sivakumar: Co-VP & Liason to LP Parks and Rec
Caroline Haight
Claire Tse
Isha Sha
Karen Li
Matthew Tsai
Nicole Zhang
Stella Paek: Co-VP

I’d like to personally thank each of you for being a member of TAB, the Library’s Teen Advisory Board. Many of you helped support the Lower Providence Community Library for many years as community volunteers. We wish you the very best!


Sandrah Moles

Congratulations to our newly elected TAB Officers for 2020/2021

The Lower Providence Community Library looks forward to serving the Community, through the Teen Advisory Board (TAB). Here are our newly elected officials:

Co-Presidents: Angela Lian and Sudiksha Panda
V.P.: Abbey Thorton
Secretary: Varsha Bhat
Treasurer: Saranya Jena
Photographer: Olivia Sheldon

TAB meetings will resume and meeting dates posted, as soon as we become aware of the fall school schedule. At that time, students in Grade 7-12 (only) will be invited to attend in-person meetings held at the Lower Providence Community Library.

Teen Author Tour

One Summer, One Author
Tuesday, July 21st at 6:30 pm

“In a near-future world of accelerating climate change, mass extinctions, and pandemics, young people called chimeras alter themselves with splices of animal DNA. But when a politically ambitious tech billionaire makes them a wedge issue and sparks a backlash of hatred and oppression and a campaign to label them nonpersons, the chimeras fight back and discover a hidden agenda more hateful and horrific than anything they could have imagined.”

Jon McGoran, YA Author of ‘Spliced’ will be doing a Zoom call! To participate, call the Lower Providence Community Library and reserve a spot!  Everyone (geared for ages 12-17) who registers for this live Zoom event receives a FREE COPY of this book! There will be several Q&A sessions. Register soon! You will then receive an email regarding the Zoom Meeting ID and password.