David Axe will be our guest at the luncheon on Thursday, October 25 from 12:30-2 pm. Mr. Axe is a military correspondent living in Columbia, South Carolina. Since 2005 he has reported from the U.K., Iraq, Lebanon, Japan, East Timor, Afghanistan, Somalia, Chad, Nicaragua, Kenya, Gabon and other countries. He is a regular contributor to The Washington Times, C-SPAN, and Wired and is a contributing editor at World Politics Review and Warships International Fleet Review. David is the author of several graphic novels and non-fiction books, including War is Boring and From A to B: How Logistics Fuels American Power and Prosperity.
Check out this article from culture guru Patricia Martin on libraries finding their niche in the digital age. Ms. Martin will be speaking at the Third General Session / Awards Brunch of the SCLA Conference on Friday, October 26.
Roberta Bibbins, Director of the Orangeburg County Library, has also been chosen to participate in the Public Library Association's Turning the Page 2.0 Train-the-Trainer program in Chicago this November. Congratulations to Roberta on being selected!