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Marshall Co Library
MCML is dedicated to being a community-centered public library. We serve all of the citizens of Marshall County, TN.
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UTExtension Marshall May 24
Tai Chi for Arthritis begins June 13!
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American Library Association May 23
The Museum and Library Services Act reauthorizes , which administers the only federal program that exclusively covers services and funding for libraries. Ask your Senators to cosponsor S. 2271 and .
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Lewisburg, TN ECD May 21
Goings On in Marshall County -
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Crissy Haslam May 17
and I had so much fun with the at last year's Kids State Dinner. Together they read over 376,000 minutes! Visit for information on my Summer Reading Competition to see how your child could attend this year's celebration.
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Tre Hargett May 17
Every Tennessean has a story. Join the Library and Archives May 30 in Old Hickory as we continue efforts to digitize artifacts. More here:
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Rick Tillis May 16
Big news for Henry Horton Park! Congratulations to the Rangers and park staff. Their hard work is paying off.
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TN Dept. of Ag May 15
BIG NEWS! Henry Horton State Park is the 1st state park in the NATION to be Eat REAL certified. A part of being certified is preparing more food items from locally-sourced ingredients. The team helped connect the park with local farmers.
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American Library Association May 9
The Senate has officially "discharged" the Congressional Review Act (CRA) petition to force a vote to restore . Starting now, the internet is on . Contact your member of Congress to tell them how important this issue is to libraries:
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Marshall Co Library May 15
Our Friends of the Library group has put up a fun pop-up book sale. Thrillers and Chillers! Stop by and grab a good mystery or beach book from this well-curated collection today.
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Tre Hargett May 14
Make time to come see the Volunteer State’s original constitutions on display at the Library and Archives as we celebrate . We are also hosting a workshop on how Tennessee became a state 222 years ago. More -->
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Crissy Haslam May 11
My Statewide Summer Reading Competition launches 3 weeks from today! All Rising K-4th students are encouraged to log their summer reading minutes to compete for a spot at a Kids State Dinner with and me! Visit for more info
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Tre Hargett May 10
I’m honored to moderate a panel of speakers from , and on how social media and technology can assist state election officials with voter registration and outreach.
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Marshall Co Library May 10
More technology for our Maker Lab arrived today.
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Marshall Co Library May 10
Summer Reading kick-off is just over 3 weeks away! Will you be joining us for an afternoon of food and fun and learning about all of our summer reading challenges and programs?
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GoTech Camps May 9
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tcatshelbyville May 9
Did you know the average median pay for Collision Repair Technicians is around $21.94 per hour according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics? Ask about our program today.
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Spot Lowe Technology May 9
TODAY'S THE DAY... Hope to see everyone at our first Open House between 8:00 - 1:00. Fabulous door prizes will be drawn for.
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Lewisburg, TN ECD May 8
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Marshall Co Library May 8
Only a few spots left for paint night. Call or stop by to register. And don't forget-- if you like this sort of thing-- they do it at the Marshall County Art Guild all the time-- so check out their schedule too!
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Marshall Co Library May 3
Replying to @ricktillisTN
Good guess. Not quite tho. It's a Finch robot. Designed by Carnegie Mellon to teach kids to code.
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