Online registration ends at 5:00 PM CST on Wednesday March 29.
You’re thinking “Oh my, what’s a librarian to do?” Well, you have two options: 1. You could go ahead and register (You do have a bit of time left.), or 2. Wait until the conference starts and register on-site.
Fair warning: if you wait for on-site registration there is a chance the luncheon and reception options will be sold out. You know you don’t want to miss Intellectual Freedom Fighter and LJ Mover and Shaker Alison Macrina, Giving Design’s David Baker and having your picture made while participating in the reception’s conga line! It’s a triple crown of awesomeness!
The hairdos are crew cuts and beehives, the automobiles are now all classics, and everyone in the 16,000 photos of Chattanooga that local history project Picnooga posted online Tuesday is at least 50 years older now.
Senator Ken Yager announced today that he has been notified by Secretary of State Tre Hargett that a $9,900 state grant has been awarded to the Kingston Public Library. The state grant will be used to purchase much needed laptops and technical training. “I am very pleased that these funds are available for this purpose,”…
Maybe the most notable revisions are the addition of $55 million in supplemental one-time funding (from the current budget surplus) on road projects — beyond what is envisioned in his tax bill, which includes higher gas and diesel fuel taxes — and $40 million towards the $98 million needed to build a new state Library and Archives building, advocated for years by Secretary of State Tre Hargett.
Linebaugh will host local author Edwin McKnight on Saturday, May 13, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. McKnight will sell and sign copies of his book, Caius and the Great Troll Adventure, published last July by WordCrafts Press.
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