"The Blount County Public Library, rooted in the efforts of civic-minded women in 1896, has enjoyed a long and distinguished history of outreach and service to the citizens of Blount County. Over the years, the library has benefited from a laudable cooperation between private and public sectors resulting in a public institution of distinction, earning the respect, admiration and gratitude of residents and visitors alike."
"The Clarksville Montgomery County Nonprofit Partnership Network and Hands on Clarksville will host the third in the series of training sessions to assist the nonprofit community on June 20th, 2012 from 10:00am-12:00pm at the Clarksville Montgomery County Public Library."
"Reading Education Assistance Dogs are used nation-wide to help children improve their reading skills. R.E.A.D. dog owner Paula Gentry will share information about the R.E.A.D. program at the Friends of the Bartlett Library meeting Monday, June 11, 2012, at 6:30 p.m. FBPL will also conduct its annual business meeting. The program is free and open to all."
"Librarians at the University of Tennessee are linking L&N STEM Academy students to some useful online resources...
A website hosted by the UT Libraries provides links to free science and technology resources. SOIL (STEM Oriented Information Literacy) is the creation of Thura Mack, UT Libraries coordinator for outreach and community learning services; Peter Fernandez, research services librarian for Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources; and School of Information Sciences student Lisa Kellerman....
The resources are available for free at library.utk.edu/outreach/soil."
"Tennessee House of Representatives Candidate, Richard Garvin, was appointed to serve as Vice Chairman of the Linebaugh Library Board. Garvin was re-appointed to the board by the Rutherford County Commission Wednesday evening."
"A big issue locally and nationally is "food deserts." A food desert exists when a portion of the population lives without a grocery store within walking distance and therefore, little choice of healthy foods. I argue that, should these seven libraries be closed, we would face the creation of a series of "information deserts.""
"Congressman Chuck Fleischmann will continue his “Chuck on the Job” initiative this Friday, at the Lupton Library on the campus of The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Congressman Fleischmann worked in the library at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign in order to help pay for his undergraduate degree."
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