Be sure to visit the new library in Tennessee! You can find them online at www.millersvillelibrary.org and view pictures of the new library on their Facebook page under Millersville Public Library of Sumner County.
Tennessee as the state we know today has a rich history, dating deep back to the 1700s as settlers began wandering down the Appalachian and Blue Ridge mountains from North Carolina and Virginia. Many floated down the Holston and French Broad rivers to what Native Americans then called the Tanasi. Our interpretation later made it the Tennessee River.
"Volunteer Voices provides a central point for accessing digital collections of primary sources (photos, letters, diaries, oral histories, artifacts, etc.) that document the history and culture of Tennessee. This site searches the original Volunteer Voices database, a growing number of digital collections across the state, and the Tennessee Encyclopedia of History and Culture..."
Janice "Ebony" Brown and Monte "Ivory" Stephens are no strangers to the word of God — or music. The preachers will perform tonight (Aug. 13) as part of the "Hot Summer Nights" concert series at the Blount County Public Library.
"... With a minor in library and information sciences but a master’s in divinity, Ghattas was hired at Linebaugh with the understanding she would further her education, which led her to the Public Library Management Institute..."
"... MTSU President Sidney McPhee and other administrators will join deans from the university's eight academic colleges, the library services dean and counselors from the financial aid and admissions offices.."
"It almost doesn’t seem like summer anymore without that pretty white rocking chair gracing our lobby. While its departure doesn’t signal the end of summer, it does mark the passage of our Rock ‘n’ Read Summer Reading Program for Adults. If you’re missing it, you may rest assured: The white rocker has gone on to a good home. We want to congratulate Wade Whitaker, who won the grand prize drawing. Two runners up won sturdy canvas browsing bags..."
Librarian Ann Viera Honored by UT Institute of Agriculture
Tennessee Library Association's insight:
The University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture (UTIA) has awarded librarian Ann Viera a J.E. Moss Achievement Award. Viera is Veterinary Medicine Librarian at UT's Webster C. Pendergrass Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine Library.
The J.E. Moss Achievement Award, established in memory of J.E. and Ann Moss, recognizes excellent achievement in teaching, research and extension services for the Institute of Agriculture. Recipients are selected by a committee comprised of the chancellor and the four deans of the UTIA. Awards are provided annually for each of the four units of the institute.
Viera was honored for her service to the College of Veterinary Medicine. Chuck Denney from UTIA Marketing and Communications remarked on Ann's dedication and breadth of knowledge. "Ann is very helpful to faculty, students, vets, and the public. . . . If you're looking for information from animal behavior and backyard chickens to vaccinations, and every topic in between, Ann can help you," Denny said.
Viera was gratified to be in such excellent company at the awards ceremony, noting that Joann Logan of the Department of Biosystems Engineering and Soil Sciences was the recipient of the J.E. Moss Achievement Award for the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources. Viera describes Logan as a "super library user and supporter." The other 2015 J.E. Moss awardees were Dr. Justin Rhinehart from UT Extension and Dave Stone from AgResearch.
Awards were conferred at the annual UTIA luncheon on August 7, at which Viera was honored to meet Betty and John Eliassen, the daughter and son-in-law of Webster Pendergrass, for whom the Pendergrass Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine Library is named.
"... Medical librarian Rick Wallace from East Tennessee University in Johnson City came to provide consumer health information, handing out fliers on topics like tooth extraction and how to navigate the health care market place. ..."
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