The article announces the grand opening event of the St. Simons Public Library in Georgia in January 2007. The library also celebrated its 70th anniversary on March 16. According to Libby Hogan, chair of the library's board of directors, they have 1,200 extra square feet of space in the renovated building. St. Simons joined the Three Rivers Public Library System (TRRLS) and PINES (Public Information Network for Electronic Services), bringing its patrons access to more than 8.5 million items owned by other PINES member libraries. The library currently has approximately 35,000 volumes, according to manager Maureen Hersey.
"Spotlight on Construction: St. Simons' Library Welcomed 70th Anniversary in New Facility,"
Georgia Library Quarterly: Vol. 44
, Article 6.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/glq/vol44/iss4/6