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BOOKBYTES

VOLUME I, ISSUE 3

Director's Desk 
                                     
Sarah McMaster

Your library benefits from the time and talents of seven very special people:  the Fairfield County Library Commission.
 
Appointed by the Fairfield County Council, these seven people constitute the legal governing board of the library. They may serve up to two four-year terms on the board.   Their duties include employing and supervising the library director, setting policies, and overseeing the financial operations of the library.  They also provide citizen input into the goals and long-range plans of the library, and serve as advocates for the library with County Council and the State Legislature.
 
The following people are currently serving on the Library Commission:

Clyde T. McCants, Chairman

Virginia Roseborough, Vice-Chairman

James M. (Bubba) Lyles, III, Treasurer

Harriet O. Pauling, Secretary

Elizabeth J. Patrick

Lanna McMeekin

Dorothy R. Martin

I appreciate the help they give me, and I hope our
BookBytes readers will thank them for their service as well!

As always, feel free to reach me at the library by phone (635-4971), by fax (635-7715), or by email (sarah@fairfield.lib.sc.us)

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Just for Kids

Over 300 young people have signed up for the library's Summer Reading Program so far, and it's still not too late to sign up and earn a reading medal!  All you have to do is visit the library four times, read ten hours, and complete and turn in your reading log.

A special program will celebrate the end of the Summer Reading Program

on Wednesday, July 26, at 10:00 a.m.  Midyette Magic features comedy, magic, puppets, music and storytelling.  Bert, the magician, and Ima, the bookworm, enter a time machine!

Coming in September:  Look for a new brochure with details about activities for children throughout the school year.

Celebrate Reading 2000.

Premiering in Print

 

period, geographic location, character and reading level.  Follow links to additional recommended books similar to your favorite titles or topics.  Consult lists of award-winning books or browse the seasonal recommendations for more ideas.

Your next reading adventure is only a mouse click away!

One of the DISCUS databases available to South Carolinians is called What Do I Read Next?   It is a guide to recommended fiction and nonfiction for adults and children that covers over 85,000 titles.

Easy search features allow you to search by author, genre, setting, subject, time

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