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Who and what Organizations may use the meeting rooms?

Last Updated: Apr 20, 2012  |  24 Views

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In addition to library programming, the rooms are available to non-profit organizations located in Huntsville, Madison and/or Madison County. The following types of organizations are eligible:

1.Friends of the Library or Huntsville Library Foundation
2.Educational
3.Civic
4.Cultural
5.Governmental (meaning a group sponsored by a city, county, state or federal agency)
6.Denominational groups, organizations, or associations, affiliated with more than one church, will be allowed the use of the meeting rooms when no religious services are to be conducted. While no group shall be denied access based on the content of their meetings or religious views expressed therein, the meeting rooms are not designed to be used for regular church services for any one organization or to provide a forum to organize or build membership for one particular church, congregation or equivalent thereof.
Individuals are not eligible to use the library meeting rooms unless they officially represent one of the groups that meets the requirements listed above.

A non-profit group that meets the eligibility requirements above but is not based in Huntsville, Madison and/or Madison County may be considered for use of a meeting room if the organization is providing a service to local residents.

Organizations may be required to provide written documentation of non-profit status (which may include charter, bylaws, or articles of incorporation or such other documentation as may be requested) to the Library Administration 72 hours prior to the use of the meeting room.

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