The Tupper Lightfoot Memorial Library in Brundidge, Alabama, is a "bronze" library! (Alabama Public Library Standards of Achievement Award at the Bronze Level.) The award is attained by exceptional public libraries in Alabama, in recognition of superior planning and levels of excellence.
The award signifies the hard work of community members for many years, since the founding of the library in 1959. It is especially in honor of the former director Jean Carroll, who retired as library director in 2015.
LIBRARY COLLECTIONS & SERVICES
Public Programs, Talks
Ancestry.com for genealogical research--accessible from computers in the library buildings
- Books about people and places--biographies, cookbooks, history, religion, etc.,
- Children's Materials
- Young Adult Materials
- Fiction books
- Christian books
- Large Type books
- Local History/Genealogy
Tupper Lightfoot Memorial Library serves a population of approx. 2,000 Brundidge residents and 8,000 in its service area.
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