Max Cleland Alive Day
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April 19 was celebrated as Max Cleland Alive Day with a program on returning veterans held at the Georgia Center for Continuing Education. Sheryl Vogt, director of the Russell Library; Jim Mayer, first recipient of the Alive Day Award sponsored by the Library; listen as Max Cleland, a Vietnam vet and longtime public servant who inspired the award, speaks at the ceremony.
Book Exchange with China
For a complete description of the exchange program, please see the press release.
Sophie Dong (from left), Bill Potter, Will Langford and a Chinese guest discuss the exhibit of Chinese books and photographs from the People's Republic of China. Sophie and Will co-curated the exhibit. A number of dignitaries were on hand for the presentation April 29.
One young guest at the book exchange ceremony attended in a striking outfit appropriate for the occasion.
Main Library: The LSA animal welfare supply drive is underway. The Main Library exhibit ......educates ....local anial welfare agencies .... check out your coworkers' beloved family members!
Hargrett Library: "A Snapshot of the Civil War in America" features letters, diaries and other artifacts, in addition to photos from the first great war to be photographed.
Circle Gallery, School of Enviromental Design: cyan dreams: photographs by robin fay through May 31. An opening reception will be held: May 4 4:30-6 p.m.
A collection of 40 photographs from artist (and librarian!) Robin Fay, ranging from travel to abstract themes.
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