Inspiring and supporting lifelong learning and the love of reading

Library Board of Trustees

Board Meetins Minutes & Agendas

Board Minutes & Agendas are posted on the Village of Kimberly Web Site.

Library Board Members

The Library Board is comprised of 8 representatives from the villages of Little Chute and Kimberly. One representative is from each of the community's village boards, one is from each of the community's school districts, and four are citizen representatives - three from Little Chute and one from Kimberly. Members are:

Kathii Schommer Little Chute citizen representative
Vacant Little Chute Village Board representative
Phil Yunk Kimberly School District representative
Jim Moes, President Little Chute citizen representative
Amanda Fletcher Little Chute School District representative
Dave Hietpas Kimberly Village Board representative
Rose Vander Velden Kimberly citizen representative
Lori Vanderloop, Vice President Little Chute citizen representative

Annual Report Statistics

 

2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

2015

2016

2017

 

Items Owned

    129,020 137,584 175,197    

290,713

291,500

299,993

 

Items Checked Out

     Daily Average

   

313,539

1,042

333,098

1,107

358,733

1,192

   

300,367

1,065

283,137

1,004

266,069

944

 

Interlibrary Loans
Obtained

    74,074 88,161 98,970    

62,351

61,145

59,835

 

Patron Visits
     Daily Average

   

135,167

449

144,106

479

142,645

474

   

125,611

445

123,195

437

119,027

422

 

Programs

    195 182 190    

257

241

194

 

Program Attendance

    5,376 6,425 9,044    

8,930

9,428

10,253

 

Registered Borrowers

    12,615 12,477 11,698    

13,414

11,888

11,811

 

Users of Public
Internet Computers 

Daily Average

   

23,706

79

24,282

81

23,934

80

   

13,750

49

12,479

44

11,245

40

 

Web Page Hits

    142,854 160,139 182,734    

96,908

107,900

106,049

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kimberly-Little Chute Public Library Plan: 2011-2015

In 2011, a 7-month planning process was implemented to evaluate current library services, examine community needs, and develop a service plan, which culminated in the approval of a 5-year plan that will guide library programs and services. Thank you to everyone who participated in surveys, focus groups, interviews, etc. as part of the process! Your input was invaluable. Here are the results:

Sites for Trustees

Planning Documents