This week on Thursday Open Lines, Chuck Ivey welcomes Katie Nations to talk about the Brookhaven Christmas Parade, Shannon Aker discusses a fundraising effort for local food pantries, Anthony Thompson tells us about Wreaths Across America, and Pam Whittaker invites us to the Lincoln-Lawrence-Franklin Regional Library for Christmas events.
A packed show as Chuck Ivey was joined by Katrina Castilaw, the director of the Lincoln-Lawrence-Franklin Regional Library system, Katie Nations from Brookhaven-Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce, the cast of Brookhaven Little Theatre’s Matilda-The Musical, and Kim Sloan with Operation Lifesaver.
When is the last time you visited your local library? Mississippi is the home to about 240 local libraries that act impart as a vital community resource center. There is more to your modern day library than just books to read. Tonja Johnson the Director of Madison County Library System, and Tracy Carr from the MS … Continue reading “Do you have a library card?”
Libraries are still an important piece of the education system for children. No where else in school can kids walk into a room and walk out with endless things to learn about. But for libraries to have an impact- they need BOOKS! Duh– Charleston High School’s librarian, Mandy Ross Britt, is on a mission to … Continue reading “Charleston’s Library Needs Book”