DECEMBER NEWSLETTER

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RCLS RECEIVES GRANT TO HELP BRIDGE DIGITAL DIVIDE FOR OLDER TENNESSEANS

RUTHERFORD COUNTY LIBRARY SYSTEM (RCLS) is pleased to announce it has received an $87,478.00 grant from the West End Home Foundation (WEHF) to help bridge the digital divide for Tennesseans age 60 and older living in Rutherford County. RCLS was o... Read More

RUTHERFORD COUNTY LIBRARY SYSTEM GOES FINE FREE AS OF JULY 1ST

The Rutherford County Library System Board of Directors approved a motion to eliminate overdue fines for library card holders as of July 1, 2022, joining hundreds of public libraries around the United States in tearing down barriers to access. Fo... Read More

MYLA PARSONS FEATURED IN LEADING LADIES OF RUTHERFORD COUNTY
Director of Libraries Rita Shacklett shares with Andrea Loughery about Linebaugh Library's first librarian, Myla Parsons, in this episode of Leading Ladies of Rutherford County History.    To learn more about the Leading Ladies project and p... Read More

RUTHERFORD COUNTY LIBRARY SYSTEM AND RUTHERFORD COUNTY ARCHIVES JOINING FORCES!
The Rutherford County Library System (RCLS) is excited to announce a partnership with the Rutherford County Archives. RCLS Director of Libraries Rita Shacklett and Rutherford County Archivist John Lodl began work on a potential collaboration of th... Read More

DIY ARCHIVING CART, AN ADDITION AT THE TEC
The Technology Engagement Center (TEC) on Minerva Drive has added a new service just in time for ALA’s Preservation Week: a do-it-yourself digital Archiving Cart.  The cart, funded by the Friends of Linebaugh Library, allows a patron to create ... Read More

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  • STEAM KITS NOW AVAILABLE TO CHECK OUT AT THE TECHNOLOGY ENGAGEMENT CENTER
  • SMYRNA PUBLIC LIBRARY OFFERS FREE CODE CLUB ACCOUNT