Financial Literacy Resources
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Financial Literacy Resources

April is Financial Literacy Month, and whether you're looking to brush up on accounting skills, plan your personal finances, or explore investments, the Anderson County Library has the resources to help - all available free with your library card.
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Faith Line, Library Director, Retiring
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Faith Line, Library Director, Retiring

After 13 years of leading the Anderson County Library System, Faith Line will retire as director at the end of April. Faith began her public library career with the Pickens County Library System. She served as the director of the Sumter County Library for 21 years before becoming the director...
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8th Annual Poetry Contest
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8th Annual Poetry Contest

Update: The submission deadline is extended to March 27. Submissions are now open to those living in Abbeville, Greenville, Oconee, and Pickens counties for inclusion in the anthology book. Only Anderson county residents are eligible for prizes. Poets in Anderson County, professional and amateur, are invited to submit an original...
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New Year’s Resolutions with Help from the Library
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New Year’s Resolutions with Help from the Library

Looking to start 2021 right? See if the Anderson County Library System can help! Read More With eBooks and digital audiobooks from the Library, reading is easier than ever. Download the Libby app and check out up to 8 eBooks or audiobooks at a time. Don’t see what you’re looking...
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Storywalk: The Magic Snowflake
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Storywalk: The Magic Snowflake

Explore downtown magic with the storefront storywalk in Anderson! Visit downtown Anderson this December for a special, self-paced walking tour of the book The Magic Snowflake by local artist and author Scott Foster. The illustrations and text of each page in the book will be featured in store windows along...
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Libraries Support At-Home Learning
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Libraries Support At-Home Learning

Recently, a Facebook group of which I am a member changed its name from “Librarians Serving Homeschool Families” to “Librarians Serving At-Home Learners and Homeschoolers.” Parents are more involved than ever in their children’s education, and it’s imperative that they know all the resources that are available to them, especially...
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