Submitted by Sandra Davis

Library Spring Book Sale Seeking Volunteers, Donations

April 5, 2016 - Spring is in the air and it is book sale time again at the Fannie Brown Booth Memorial Library! The book sale will be April 26–30. As always, the Friends of the Library group is looking for volunteers to help sort books, set-up, and organize the week before the book sale (April 19-23), and to help with the sale itself. If you would like to volunteer, or become a Friend of the Library yourself, please call Amy Robertson at 657-8529 or contact the library at 598-5522 to leave a message for Amy. 

Frannie Brown Booth Library Annual Spring Book Sale

March 4, 2016 - Spring is in the air and it is book sale time again at the Fannie Brown Booth Memorial Library! The book sale will be April 26 - 30.

As always, the Friends of the Library group is looking for volunteers to help sort books, set-up, and organize the week before the book sale (April 19-23), and to help with the sale itself. If you would like to volunteer, or become a Friend of the Library yourself, please call Amy Robertson at 657-8529 or contact the library at 598-5522 to leave a message for Amy.

Fannie Brown Booth Library to Host Writing Workshop

January 26, 2016 - The Fannie Brown Booth Library will be hosting a Youth Writing Workshop and an Adult Writing Workshop starting February 2nd.
The workshops will be taught be Terri Lacher, author and speaker.

Youth Writing Workshop: Feb. - May, 2016 on 1st & 4th Tuesdays of each month, after school from 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm. For ages 9 years - 15 years of age. Workshop is free and materials will be provided.

Fannie Brown Booth Memorial Library to Host Retirement Reception

December 8, 2015 - The Fannie Brown Booth Memorial Library Friends group will be hosting a retirement reception for Joan Huff on Friday, December 11th at 10:00 a.m. in the Redditt Room. After 14 years of library service to the people of Shelby County, she is leaving us to enjoy a life with no due dates and no late fees! Come by and let Joan know how much we appreciate all she has done for our library.

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