The Snyder County Library was established in 1976 by the Snyder County
Commissioners to promote and extend library services throughout the county.
Since its inception, the Snyder County Library has established libraries in
Middleburg and Beavertown as compliments to the original two libraries in
Selinsgrove and McClure and has undergone a change of name to Snyder County
Libraries, one library with the headquarters library in Selinsgrove and branches
in Middleburg, Beavertown, and McClure
Over 75,000 books and more than 170 magazine titles are available in Snyder
County Libraries, as well as a large selection of audio books and videotapes.
Each of our libraries has computers for public use for Internet access and word
processing. A variety of reference software, educational software for children,
and Microsoft Office is available on computers donated by the Bill and Melinda
The Pennsylvania POWER Library gives our patrons electronic access to a
variety of premium online subscription resources from magazines, encyclopedias,
medical information, and references resources in the fields of literature,
business, science and the arts. See our POWER Library information page for
Gifts and Memorials
A donation may be made to the libraries toward the purchase of a book or
books in memory of someone deceased or in honor of someone, perhaps to
commemorate a special event. A bookplate with the person's name and the name of
the donor is placed in the book and a letter is sent to the family of the
deceased or the honoree notifying them of the gift. A gift of this type may be
made in person or by mail.
Board of Trustees
Adele Kennedy (President)
Richard Savidge (Vice President)
Lynn Askew (Secretary)
Carolyn Zimmerman (Treasurer)
Harold F Woelfel Jr.