The history of the library starts in 1924 when the communities of Grandview Heights, Marble Cliff and Upper Arlington were served by the library.

The Grandview Heights Public Library will celebrate its 90th anniversary this year.

The history of the library starts in 1924 when the communities of Grandview Heights, Marble Cliff and Upper Arlington were served by the library.

Volunteers who work for the library provide many of these services. Providing books for the homebound is one of the jobs carried on by volunteers such as Lucille Osborn, shown here with her dog, Angus, as her companion on her route to the homebound.

Osborn, a longtime patron of the library, said she enjoyed making house calls, delivering books and visiting with people unable to get to the library.

Osborn is an avid reader herself and remembers when the library was located at Grandview Heights High School. Lucille Osborn was sighted as "Neighbor of the Week" in the Neighbor News in 1987.

She is a lifelong resident of Grandview Heights and a celebrated volunteer for the Grandview Heights Public Library.