Thank you for your support of One Book Thomas County.
We need your feedback to ensure future events are as successful as this year's project.
Please provide us with your comments on One Book 2014, as well as suggestions for next year's programming.
We value your opinion and look forward to hearing from you!
Dictionaries are being delivered to 3rd grade students by CLCP, Wal-Mart and Family Connections
Food for Fines begins Saturday, November 1, and continues through December 30. Donations will benefit the Thomas County Food Bank, Halcyon Home, and the Thomas County Humane Society. For every dollar in overdue fines, bring in a canned or non-perishable item in exchange for money owed. Pet food is also welcomed. Food must be in-date, in good packaging, and no dents. Donations do not apply for lost or damaged books.
Join us on Friday, November 7 at noon for another “Enlightening Bites” program
sponsored by Pebble Hill Plantation!
Learn about the History of the
Plantation Wildlife Arts Festival
with Brandy and Gates Kirkham
The AARP Safe Driving Course will be offered
on Friday, November 21 from
9:00am – 3:00pm in the Flipper Room.
Since there will be limited space,
please contact Nancy Tillinghast
at (229)225-5252 to sign up.
GLASS is a cooperating library of the Library of Congress National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS).
For more information about NLS, visit http://www.loc.gov/nls/ or