"This event is coordinated by Mecca Caron of the Maury County Public Library and Sonjalyn Rine of Maury County Parks and Recreation with special thanks to the First Farmers & Merchants Bank, the Athenaeum, the James K. Polk Home and the Friends of the Maury County Library and numerous community sponsors and volunteers."
"May 11 - Smith County Heritage Museum Archivists and Curators from the Tennessee State Library and Archives and the Tennessee State Museum will be at the museum to record and digitize Civil War memorabilia for a new exhibit...
May 19 - Rotary Club Golf Tournament The 8th annual tournament will be held at the Cookeville Golf Club. Registration: 8:00—8:45 a.m. Tee Off at 9:00 a.m. Cash prizes will be given. Registration forms are available at the Smith County Library, from any Rotary Club member, and The Chamber of Commerce...." Page 6
"Joining us on Saturday, May 19 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. in World's Fair Park at the 8th annual kick off celebration for the Knox County Public Library's Summer Reading Programs are authors and illustrators who dreamed big and made it: Alyssa Capucilli, Jennifer and Matthew Holm, Gail Carson Levine, Dan Yaccarino, David Ezra Stein, and Dianne de Las Casas and many more."
"Siegel High recently presented its Star Reader Awards to the three students who have checked out and read the most school library books during an academic year. This year’s first place winner was Tara Knox who read a total of 68 books. Second place went to Daniel Miller who read 64 books, and third place was Gage Simmons who read 41 books. Pictured from left are librarian Charline Phillips, principal Ken Nolan, Miller, Knox, Simmons and librarian Deborah Butler."
"Mildred (Millie) Jarrett will share her journey toward the development of her abstract painting during the free educational program of the Arts Council of Williamson County (ACWC), “Art: Up Close & Personal,” Monday, May 14, 2012, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in the Williamson County Public Library."
"Blume noted that since the council was founded in 1993 its members have been active in Williamson County, including hosting workshops for the public at the Columbia State Williamson County campus and the Williamson County Public Library."
The South Cheatham County Public Library was damaged by a tornado in March of 2012. The TLA contributed funds towards the library's recovery. President Wendy Cornelisen presented the check to Librarian Janet Walker this past Friday.
"As part of his day in Cleveland, Elliott will conduct a wildwoods “ramble” at Fletcher Park the afternoon of June 9, where he will share his training as an herbalist and naturalist. In the evening he will share his unique brand of storytelling, music and humor at the Cleveland Public Library."
"April was Earth Month, and the University of Tennessee went extra green to celebrate...
The University further observed green practices this year by joining the global celebration of Earth Hour on March 31. The lights in Ayres Hall and Pendergrass Library were turned off for an hour in efforts to better conserve the planet’s energy and natural resources."
"Without the mayor’s proposed tax increase, the city will not simply stand firm for a year; rather, it will fall hard...
The ruthless finances of running the city are such that without an increase, Metro would be $50 million in the hole, and have to cut 150-200 police positions, about that many teaching positions, close the branch libraries and more to continue meeting its obligations."
"On May 10th from 4-6pm, the library will be celebrating two great milestones. The first milestone is the 20th Anniversary of the Elma Ross Public Library building. It is hard to believe that we have been in this building at this location for 20 years, all thanks to Mr.& Mrs. Dick Ross. The second milestone is the 100th Anniversary of Library Service here in Haywood County. Haywood County, a recipient of a library grant from Andrew Carnegie, opened the Carnegie Library in Brownsville, TN in 1912."
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