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Metcalfe Co., KY Library Appreciation Dinner

2014-04-28 - 200 S Main Street, Edmonton, KY - Photo submitted by Gaye Shaw. Library Appreciation Dinner - Local, state officials, and community leaders attended the appreciation luncheon held at the Metcalfe County Public Library, 201 S Main Street, Edmonton, KY, on Tuesday, April 22nd. This annual event is an opportunity for the library to express their appreciation to the officials as well as report on services provided by the library. Highlights for the past year included: completion of the BTOP grant that provided the library with 14 additional computers and the library increased hours to be open on Mondays until 6:00 pm. Shown in the photo are Kentucky State Librarian Wayne Onkst, George; Cowan, Debbie Smith, KDLA Regional Library Consultant Marsha Griffith, Connie Coleman, Sharon Howard, Herb Sparks, Representative Bart Rowland, David Beasley, Vickie Stephens, Rhonda Glass, Gaye Shaw, Kasey Warf, Dale Rowlett, Rondal Shirley, Danny Joe Shive, Greg White, Judge Executive Greg Wilson, Chris Huffman, Emily Coffey, Senator David Givens, Mayor Howard Garrett, Tommy Garrett, Bennie Stephens, Scotty Mosby and Michael Welsh. - Gaye Shaw, Edmonton/Metcalfe Co. Chamber
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