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Annual Report 2004

Annual Report 2004

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Published by: Adams County Library System on Feb 27, 2012
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Director’s Report
Let me begin by thanking everyone involved with the Adams County Library System for the completion of another very successfulyear. This could have been a very difficult year based on the state budget cuts we faced, but the staff and volunteers of the libraryreally worked hard to make 2004 one of the best years for the Library System.In 2004, the Library System lent more than 534,000 items. That is 5% more than we circulated last year. We registered more than3,900 new borrowers. That is more than the number of people in who live in Carroll Valley Borough. In total, the library had46,712 currently registered borrows, or 51% of the county.In 2004, the Library System added 14,488 items to the collection. That includes more than 12,000 books and more than 2,000videos and audios. The circulation of video and audio materials increased by more than 35% in the year.We also expanded our Adult Programming offerings. In March, the Library System partnered with Gettysburg College to sponsorAdams County Reads One Book. More than 2000 Adams County residents took part in this program. Also, in October, the LibrarySystem partnered with six other county libraries to sponsor ‘One Book, One Community: Our Region Reads’.During the summer, the Library System hosted the Discover New Trails @ Your Library program. This is a multi-state themedsummer reading program honoring the anniversary of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. With magicians, story tellers, puppets andmost importantly reading, the summer program provided educational activities for more than 1,800 Adams County children.Expanding our partnership with the Adams County Historical Society, the Library System was able to initiate the first digitalobituary index of the Gettysburg Times on our library website. This index will help genealogists and local families to findinformation on their relatives.As we look to the future, the Library System has begun the process of replacing the Bookmobile. After 15 years of trusty service,the Bookmobile is beginning to show its age.On behalf of the Board of Trustees and the Staff of the Adams County Library, I would like to take this opportunity to thank theAdams County Commissioners for their continued support. Without their local support, none of the above educational activities andservices would be possible.On behalf of the Board of Trustees and the Administration of the Adams County Library, I would like to thank the staff for theirefforts to serve the residents of Adams County. Without your dedication, the above educational activities would not have beenaccomplished.Also, we would like to thank the volunteers whose dedication and effort makes the above educational activities so much easier tocarry out.Finally, we would like to thank the Friends of the Library whose additional financial support has helped to keep the library movingforward.We look forward to serving all the residents of Adams County in 2005.Submitted Respectfully,Rob LesherApril 21, 2005
Operating Report
INCOME2004 2003
 Federal Grant $9,885 $19,841County Income 886,077 858,561State Aid/Access PA 565,032 839,444Interest 33,512 25,429Boroughs/Townships/School Districts 17,431 9,853Friends of the Library 55,000 40,000Gifts/Memorials 19,749 16,611Fines 30,599 27,919Other Operating 25,277 38,746Transfer from Investments 100,000 50,000
TOTAL INCOME $1,742,561 $1,926,404OPERATING EXPENSES2004
Personnel $976,093 $998,721Collection Materials 270,131 324,631Building Operation* 112,084 191,312Technology 63,984 60,999Administration 99,431 107,880Distribution to East Berlin 119,730 128,925Automation 47,775 76,881
TOTAL EXPENSES $1,689,228 $1,889,349
*2003 Includes elevator rebuild, mold remediation, and carpeting
Custodial Account (ACNB) $1,273,227 $1,258,524General Endowment 454,659 416,779Restricted Trusts 887,332 832,055Custodial Account (PNC) 1,289,627 1,142,501Musselman Endowment 78,943 71,698Special Restricted Gift 203,751 201,690Bookmobile 154,751 140,545Capital 50,408 45,689
TOTAL ENDOWMENT $4,392,688 $4,109,481
Central Library 56% Outreach 10%
Adult Books 118,748 14,626Childrens Books 105,199 33,779A/V 76,014 2,953
Totals 299,961 51,358New Oxford 6% East Berlin 13%
Adult Books 14,297 20,661Childrens Books 13,167 30,798A/V 4,921 18,427
Totals 32,385 69,886Littlestown 6% Arendtsville 2%
Adult Books 10,941 4,808Childrens Books 17,392 6,078A/V 5,982 1,932
Totals 34,315 12,818Fairfield 6%
Adult Books 10,582Childrens Books 12,295A/V 10,512
Totals 33,389TOTAL CIRCULATION - 534,112 FOR THE YEAR 20045% INCREASE OVER 2003
New Named Endowments
 In Honor of: Marie Chantelau
System Officers and Volunteers

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