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Drew Court Day Care and Parents Visit the Library

Michael and Madison enjoy reading their favorite book at the Library

Talladega County Commissioner, John Carter, Presents Checks

Talladega County Commissioner, John Carter, presented checks to charitable organizations in the Sylacauga area on Tuesday, September 18th.

Senator Fielding Makes Donation

Senator Jerry Fielding presented library director, Dr. Shirley Spears, with a Community Services Grant from the State Legislative Committee to benefit student services. Accelerated Reader books will be purchased to be used by students in the greater Sylacauga area.

Researching the History of Sylacauga

Peggy Rozelle and David Arnold are shown researching the history of Sylacauga.

Finishing Touches on Emerging Sylacauga

Craigger Browne is shown putting the finishing touches on Emerging Sylacauga.

Congratulations Sylacauga High School FBLA – Leigh Terry and Sam Jackson

Recent Sylacauga High School graduates Leigh Terry and Sam Jackson placed first in the marketing competition at the National FBLA Conference in Texas.

Library Receives Check From Kiwanis Club

Kiwanis of Sylacauga President, Mike Kiser, is shown presenting a check to Dr. Shirley Spears, Director of the Comer Library.The money was raised through the ‘Big Book Sale’ which was co-sponsored by the library and the club to benefit children’s services and to support the Kiwanis Club mission, “Serving the Children Around the World!”

Library Director, Shirley Spears, accepts check from Sylacauga Rotary president Scott Hamlet. The check will help sponsor the children’s programs at the library.

Library Receives Donation

Library Director, Shirley Spears, is shown accepting a check from Steve Marlowe, Business Office Manager at Alabama Power in Oak Grove, Alabama. The contribution will benefit children’s services at Comer Library.

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