"The Jackson-Madison chapter of National Society of Daughters of the American Revolution will hold a FREE genealogy work session from 4 to 6 p.m. Tuesday at the downtown Jackson-Madison County Library.
"Forensic anthropologist William “Bill” Bass, who oversaw the development of the forensic anthropology program at University of Tennessee, which includes the now-legendary Body Farm, will make another appearance in Kingsport to benefit the renovation of the Kingsport Public Library."
"OCLC offers this 3-hour interactive workshop to examine the impact of the Web on our rapidly changing information landscape, highlighting OCLC’s research (including Libraries at Webscale and Perceptions of Libraries) on today’s increasingly empowered information consumer. This workshop is open to non-OCLC members."
"- In Knoxville I got to actually go to programs at TLA, visit with Tennessee librarians and also hang out with a MeFite I hadn’t previously known who lives up in the hills near the Great Smoky Mountains. We had a good time catching the sunset in the mountains and also walking around Marysville TN and looking at birds."
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