Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Helping Out

The Lee County Library is again partnering with the Lee County Chamber of Commerce to put on the "Hometown Christmas" party on Friday Night. This a great annual event featuring music, food and, oh yeah, the lighting of Main Street. (Don't forget about the food!)

This is a picture of the hardest working guys in Bishopville, Mr. Byrd and Mr. Bramlett as they were stringing the lights on Main St. Great job, guys, it's going to look great.

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Christmas comes to Bishopville

Well, the Lee County Library Staff have been busy little bees! We have partnered with the Lee County Chamber of Commerce to help promote the Chamber's "Hometown Christmas" this Friday November 30th. This is going to be a great community event.

The Library is also busy getting Christmas of it's own. Director Dawn is once again weaving her magic, and we will be posting lotso pictures.

Monday, November 19, 2007

What, MORE Publicity??!!

We had a great call from SC-ETV today. They want to include us on their "Road Show" segment of "Your Day." "Your Day" is an hourlong radio program produced by Clemson University; it airs daily at noon. it's a wonderful state wide information program with some neat personalities. "The Bug Guys" "The Vet Guys" and Walter Edgar every Friday are just a few of MY favorites.

Thanks SC-ETV - we can't wait!!!!!

Mor details will follow as the date approaches. Whooo-hooo!

Thursday, November 15, 2007

More publicity

We had a great conversation this morning with Susan Trautsch, live, during her morning radio program. Susan and Beth Hedagor called us and asked us to tell them the details of our upcoming performance of "The Nutcracker" We were happy to comply. "The Nutcracker" is going to be a great show. Through our partnership with the Lee County Arts Council, we are able to bring this to the community free of charge. There will be one matinee performance at 3:00PM on Sunday December 16th at the Bishopville Opera House.

We hope to see all our friends at this performance.

Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Ane the winners are.................

We had a great time at last week's Halloween party! Also had a bunch of winners for the costume party.

Scariest Costume: Gavin Melton, age 8

Most original costume Jasmine Whittington, age 9

Cutest Costume: Alex Bernard, age 18 months

Funniest Costume: Kameron Webb, age 6

Congratulations to all our winners. Also, thanks to the parents who came and participated with their children. You give your children an edge in life when you bring them to the library.