By Gary Lloyd
The Clay Public Library on Old Springville Road has a new sign out front.
The new sign, expected to be completed this week, is a result of a $5,000 state grant, said Clay Mayor Charles Webster.
Webster said letters were being added to the sign this week
. The sign was constructed for $3,848, he said.
“It turned out really nice,” Webster said. “It looks very good.”
In other Clay Public Library news, the library on Sunday is hosting a “Technology Petting Zoo” with Eric Lee from Jacksonville State University’s Technology in Motion program. Lee will be on hand to demonstrate several eReaders, tablets and laptops, and you’ll be able to test drive them and ask questions about their features. The event will begin at 2 p.m. and last until 4 p.m. Lee is unable to provide technical support for your own personal device. His primary function for this program is to demonstrate his own collection of gadgets to novice users.
For more information, visit www.claylibrary.com.
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