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01/25/2013 – Proclamation from Mayor Williams – From the Clyde Nix Public Library

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Hamilton’s Clyde Nix Public Library board members and the library staff held a reception for Hamilton’s Mayor Wade Williams and City Council members Friday evening, January 25th, 2013, at the Clyde Nix Public Library in Hamilton, Alabama.

Punch and snacks were served.  A program was presented by librarians, Starr Montgomery and Mary Franks, to the Mayor and Council to inform them on the various kinds of services provided by the library.  A proclamation was signed by Mayor Williams proclaiming February as Library Lovers Month.



Last year, 14,731 people came through our doors

324 people signed up for a new library card

We had 3,974 patrons use our public computers

12,590 items were checked out

Your library is the place to make copies, scan documents, make print outs and even send or receive faxes

If you are in need of a meeting room, we have that too!

When you need wireless access, we offer Wi-Fi any time the library is open, and it’s free!

Want a book we don’t have?  Tell us and we’ll get it from another library free of charge

Are you an e-book reader?  We have those too

Need a proctor for a test?  Yep, it’s another service we offer

Curious about your family history?  We have newspapers and genealogy records

“Libraries will get you through times of no money better than money

will get you through times of no libraries.”

Anne Herbert (writer)

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Written by 49 County News.Net

January 26, 2013 at 4:46 PM

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