Usage of the library
The Jennie Stephens Smith Library in New Albany has had 50,000 visitors from January through December. These are counted visitors, not an estimated number.
The library is very proud of its services to the town and county.
- There are computers to make the internet accessible to everyone:
- students doing research,
- people needing to search for jobs and apply for jobs,
- anyone needing answers to legal problems can access the Mississippi Access to Justice Commission’s website, and
- people doing genealogy research have access to genealogy databases.
There are books for all ages, books in large print, and books on tape.
The schedule for the Coker Speck Auditorium for January:
Jan 3 Literacy Council 5 PM
Jan 11 Tutoring 2:30 PM
Jan 15 Military Order of Stars and Bars 10 AM
Jan 16 Kappa Kappa Iota 3:30 PM
Jan 17 Luncheon with Books Rev. Bill Everette Dancing with Max 11:30 AM
Jan 18 Tutoring 2:30 PM
Jan 19 Union County Schools 9 AM
Jan 20 Life Core 9 AM
Jan 22 Military Order of Stars and Bars 10 AM
Jan 25 West Union/Pilot Club 9 AM
Jan 25 Tutoring 2:30 PM
Jan 26 Historic Northside District Garden Club 5 PM
Jan 30 New Haven 10:30 AM
Memorials and Honoraria
Memorials have been received for Tad Provence. Honoraria have been received for Anita Buster, Bethany Dalton, Barbara Fuller, and Lynn Madden. Since Friends of the Library is a 501 (c) (3) organization, your memorials and honoraria are tax deductible if sent to Lynn Madden, 1027 CR 342, New Albany, MS 38652.