"“I just think he taught good Christian values to people and how to love your family and spread it on to your neighbors,” said Susan Gilham, who was visiting the Johnson City Public Library. “It (‘The Andy Griffith Show’) was just a good family show. Good principles.”"
"The annual “Summer Saturdays” series that offers a hands-on look at the 19th and 20th centuries from a farming perspective kicks off Saturday with the popular “Hold Your Horses” program from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the Tennessee Agricultural Museum at Ellington Agricultural Center, at 440 Hogan Road."
July brings an exciting collection of nature and wildlife photography by Carole Franklin. Carole grew up along the Nolichucky River in Northeast Tennessee and has been interested in photography since early childhood.
"Since LMU has not been fully forthcoming about the reasons for rejection I have some suspicions, among them a near total dependance on electronic resources in the law library, rather than actual law books. The ABA is rather clear in what they consider a proper law library, it is not an electronic library, it is physical law books, and I agree with the ABA."
"After more than a year of searching for a system director, the Sevier County Public Library System board has finally found the woman for the job — Rhonda Tippitt, who is currently serving as Benton County’s library director."
"The Libraries Project began to escape through chinks and cracks of my library-worker persona while I lived in Tennessee. After several years of photographer’s block I started photographing my own library, as well as others in our consortium. This morphed into a Christmas gift from our consortium to the founders of LSSI, who helped us break away from a large system who had little interest in our varying needs."
"Children can easily have their imaginations, already fertile, further awakened by creative imagery. So it is with perfect pitch that the Friends of Photography have put together “Child Like,” a 17-photo group exhibit in the Children’s Gallery at the Clarksville-Montgomery County Public Library."
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