Monday, October 12, 2009

Library Lines

Do your kids know what to do if your home catches on fire? Jacob Bramlett and Lance Martin, members of the Pontotoc Fire Department, will be visiting the library for storytime – October 7th at 10:00. October 4th – 10th is National Fire Protection Week. Make sure your home is safe and inspect for risks.

Mr. Patrick Parks made a donation to the library in honor of Mrs. Maxine Corder, whom recently celebrated her 95th birthday.

Beth Anderson, Mr. Donald Dillard, Mrs. Gloria Graham, Justin Paul Dillard Family donated books to the library.

David and Sadie Kenney made a memorial donation to the library in memory of Mr. James L. Roberts, Sr.

The following made donations to the library: David Fears, Sherry Shettles and Thomas Clark.

The Pontotoc Woman’s Club invites you to attend Lunching With Books at the Pontotoc County Library on Tuesday, October 13th at noon. Bill Andrews will be the guest author and reviewer. Andrews’ latest book is a fiction novel titled Mason’s Link. Mr. Gerald Waldrop from the Pontotoc Music Study Club will provide musical entertainment immediately before the program.

Have you ever wondered what life might be like in Heaven, how people live, what they do? Have you ever thought about the actual process of entering Heaven or what fate awaits those not allowed in? Read a breathtaking and powerful story about Heaven in Mason's Link. Mason's Link is a novel about the discovery by one man, George Mason, of a Link which can be used to communicate with a departed loved one; a discovery considered by the Powers in Heaven to be the most important event in Christendom since the Resurrection. Follow George as he tests the Link, then, as he struggles with a love triangle involving his deceased first wife, Katherine, and his current wife, Dana, as they all migrate to Heaven. Read how George faces an unexpected fate and his transgressions following his own death when he is tested for worthiness to enter Heaven. Bill Andrews started his writing career after he retired in 2003. Prior to that time, his writing was done for the benefit of corporate executives in the various financial management roles he held throughout his 40 year career. He is a CPA, holds a BS Degree in Business and an MBA Degree, both from Mississippi State University. After a career that saw him located in Birmingham, Chicago, Little Rock, and Memphis, he finally settled back into his hometown of Columbus, Mississippi with his wife, Marilynn. They are parents to three children, all married, away from home and off the payroll. His main enjoyments are golf, genealogy, writing and grandchildren of which he and Marilynn have four - so far. Mason's Link is his second novel. His first book, The Road from Caledonia to Canisy, chronicled his Father's journey through World War II. Both of his books will be available for checkout from the library per Mr. Andrew nice donation.

A light lunch will be provided. Everyone is welcomed to attend.

Get out your best costume and come to the library Halloween morning for our costume contest. The event will begin at 10:00. After the contest a snack will be served and then “Scooby- Doo meets the Boo Brothers” will be shown on the big screen in the meeting room. Children are encouraged to bring a quilt or sleeping bag to put on the floor to lie on while watching the movie.

The Staff and Library Users wish Mrs. Sarah York a Very Happy Birthday on October 5th.

The mission of the Dixie Regional Library System is to provide library resources and services to meet the evolving informational, recreational, and cultural needs of the citizens of Pontotoc, Calhoun, and Chickasaw Counties, thus enhancing individual and community life.


Annette McGregor

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