The Vision Committee's Long-Range Vision identifies issues for the Jackson-Madison County Library, including underfunding, understaffing, a lacking community image and not enough data on patrons, among other concerns.
"The Sierra Club has a program meeting the third Thursday of every month. Those interested in hearing more about the Shelby Farms road should attend the forum at 6 p.m. Thursday at the Benjamin L. Hooks Central Library."
On August 5 Stephanie Welch of the Knox County Health Department discussed Jason Corburn's book Toward the Healthy City: People, Places and Politics of Urban Planning as part of the Knox County Library's Brown Bag Green Book program that addresses environmental issues at the East Tennessee History Center.
"When Cheatham County Beekeepers met at the County Library on August 11, 2012 at 9:30AM, they welcomed three visitors: Nathan Hinman, who moved to Cheap Hill from Northern Illinois two months ago and already has two hives, David Carlson from Chapmansboro who also has two beehives, and Ronnie Daughtery also from the Chapmansboro area..."
"What was once a meeting room turned storage room is being converted into a room where dreams will be made, a sort of literary Field of Dreams in the Millington Public Library with a touch of the past, present and future in what will be known as MPL..."
"Sponsoring the workshops and information tables are sponsors Walking Horse Meadows, Oasis In-Home Care, Walgreen’s, Clarksville Athletic Club, Tummy Solutions and the Clarksville-Montgomery County Public Library."
Want to know what's happening at TLA? One way is to read through the Board reports and minutes. Presently, the August 4 Board Reports are available and the June 2 Board Minutes. Minutes are approved at the next Board meeting then published on the TLA web site.
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