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A joint effort between NCLive, the North Carolina State Library and the public and academic libraries of North Carolina brings a unique eBook library to the residents of North Carolina. Called the Home Grown eBook Collection, this is a pilot project that will give unlimited access to over 1000 titles from 15 North Carolina publishers including:
Albemarle Genealogical Society Receives 2016 Grace Austin Award
The Albemarle Genealogical Society is the recipient of the 2016 Grace M. Austin Endowment Award. The award was presented at a recent meeting of the Currituck County Public Library Board of Trustees at the main library in Barco.
The Albemarle Genealogical Society (AGS) was founded in January 1982 to aid individuals in their genealogical research and in the complilation of their family histories. The society, serving primarily Currituck and Dare counties, attempts to create an interest in genealogy, to gather and preserve genealogical and historical data, and to provide genealogical resource information to any interested individuals.
The Grace Austin Award was established in 1999 and is given annually to a person or organization who provides special service to the Currituck County Public Library.
Shown accepting the award on behalf of AGS is charter member Lois Meekins with (standing left to right) Currituck County Librarian Laura Salmons, Currituck County Public Library Trustee Tom Oakes and AGS Vice President Naomi Rhodes.