The most valuable card in your wallet
Published 3:34 pm Monday, April 20, 2009
The most valuable card in your wallet is not your credit card.
In fact, the most valuable card in your wallet is your library card. Library cards open doors to research, recreation and relaxation.
A PINES library card provides you with the opportunity to check out all types of materials (including the latest DVD releases and new bestsellers), use a computer to search for jobs or find who sings that song you heard on the radio yesterday, and so much more.
Plus, with a PINES library card, you can check out materials here and return them to any PINES library in the state.
So what are you waiting for?
Come in today and sign up for a PINES library card.
Want to save time?
Visit our Web site at www.swgrl.org to print out your application and fill it out before you arrive. See you at the library!
For the blind and physically handicapped
Are you or someone you know blind or physically handicapped?
The Bainbridge Sub-Regional Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped can send you books on tape through the mail for free! Yes, I said free!
This federally funded program offers a specially developed cassette player and tapes to people who qualify for the program.
You can select a wide range of material from popular materials to classics and everything in between. Deposit collections are available for nursing homes, convalescent centers, schools, other area libraries and much more.
The Bainbridge Sub-Regional Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped serves the following 10 counties: Baker, Brooks, Colquitt, Decatur, Early, Grady, Miller, Mitchell, Seminole and Thomas.
For more information on this valuable service or to set up a deposit stop, please call 248-2680.
Make a charm bracelet!
Join us at the Decatur County-Gilbert H. Gragg Library on Tuesday, April 21, at 4 p.m. for, “The Incredible Shrinkable Charm Bracelet” program!
Designed for children ages 7 to 14, attendees will pick a poem and create a charm bracelet in honor of National Poetry Month. Space is limited to the first 25 attendees. Please call the library at 248-2665 for more information.