Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday 9:00 - 6:00; Saturday 9:00 - 1:00
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CHILDREN'S COMPUTER LAB NOW OPEN
The new computer lab features new computer tables and chairs, eight iMac
computers, two educational computers for PreK through 6th grade students and is located in the new addition of
the library. The computer lab was made possible by a LSTA grant awarded to the library by the Alabama Public Library Service.
OUR NEIGHBORHOOD GARDEN
The Marjorie Younce Snook Public Library in Summerdale
recently received a grant from the Ezra Jack Keats Foundation for the "Our Neighborhood Garden" project.
The EJK Foundation gives grants to libraries
that come up with a creative project that can be enacted by the children with their librarians. The library gardeners are
Kaley Powell, Peyton Tolbert, Aleia Chunn, Tyler Reichstetter, Bailey Reichstetter, Tyshanna Williams and Tyrone Williams. The library purchased plants of red lettuce, bell pepper, tomato,
cucumber, basil, thyme and watermelon along with pots and potting soil with the grant. The gardeners planted and tended to
the plants throughout May, June and July and are now harvesting the fruit and vegetables. They are also learning to dry and
NOTARY PUBLIC SERVICE is offered at no charge Monday through Friday. Please call ahead
(989-2011) to be sure the notary is available.
TEST PROCTOR is available for students taking online courses. Call 989-2011 for
CamelliaNet Ebooks are
Now Available at the Marjorie Younce Snook Public Library @ No Charge. All You Need is Your Summerdale Library
Card to Download e-Text, e-Audio and Music to Your Personal Device. Our Library Staff is Available
to Help & Answer all Questions.
JOIN THE FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY TODAY!
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RENEW YOUR ITEMS
ACCESS THE AVL, HOMEWORK ALABAMA, LEARING EXPRESS LIBRARY and ACCELERATED READER BOOK FINDER - CLICK HERE.
The Summerdale Library Board of Directors meets the 2nd
Wednesday of February, May, August and November. All meetings are held at 9 am in the United Bank Conference Room located
in the library and are open to the public.
The Marjorie Younce Snook Public
Library held its grand opening on Nov. 29th, 2007. The library was named after Mrs. Snook for her generous contribution. Donors
who contribute $1000 or more are recognized on a plaque inside the foyer. The library offers reading, ebooks, audio and visual
materials, public computers with Internet access, wireless connections, and copy and fax services. We also have a community
room, named after United Bank for their generous donation of furniture for the room, available for use by the community.