Randy Kilby Memorial Library
Our library is named after former Fruitland president Randy Kilby, who passed away in 1997. More than 31,000 books are available to Fruitland students and we welcome the public to use the library. Our library is filled with donated books and we are grateful to everyone who donated books. Our library includes commentaries, references, biographies, theology resources and up-to-date magazines. The audio room is filled with sermons and videos for children and adults. We are also organizing an archive room that will take some time to come together, but will be well worth the time. The library offers plenty of room for studying, praying and relaxing. We welcome anyone to visit the library and enjoy the beautiful mountain view. Our Librarian, Ben Tackett, is available for tours and to answer questions.
The Randy Kilby Library is open Monday from 8 a.m until noon; Tuesday and Thursday from 7:00 a.m. until 10 p.m.; Wednesday from 7 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.; and Friday from 7 a.m. until 1 p.m.
The bookstore is named after former librarian Bea Booth who also operated the bookstore years ago. Although she is no longer with us, memories of her life and ministry are with us. The Bea Booth Bookstore is located in the Crouch Building across from the chapel. In the bookstore we sell textbooks, drinks and snacks, and Fruitland shirts, sweatshirts, hats and stickers. The bookstore is open Tuesday-Friday during school hours.
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