Time for school – time for library

Published 1:53 pm Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Another summer has passed and it is time for school.

We can now say hello to homework, tests and projects.

How are you going to survive this school year?

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Why not take advantage of all the valuable resources your library has to offer?

The Decatur County-Gilbert H. Gragg Library has a wide variety of materials to choose from, including “Manners in the Classroom” by Terri DeGezelle and “Do I Have to Go to School?: A First Look at Starting School” by Pat Thomas.

Can’t make it to the library during business hours?

Reserve materials online by visiting www.gapines.org. When they are ready, we’ll call or e-mail you!

So remember, it’s not only time for school, but time for the library as well! Make this your most successful school year by taking advantage of all that the library has to offer!

Introductory computer classes

Do you or someone you know need to learn how to use a computer?

Then, sign up for computer classes at the library!

Introductory computer classes will be held at the Decatur County-Gilbert H. Gragg Library Tuesday, Aug. 10, through Thursday, Aug. 12.

This is a three-day course and covers topics including: how to use the mouse and keyboard, how to use Microsoft Word 2007, and introduction to the Internet and e-mail. These classes are designed for those with little to no computer experience.

Space is limited, so please call the Decatur County-Gilbert H. Gragg Library at (229) 248-2665 to place your name on the waiting list.