Bicentennial Book Program To Benefit Library Summer Reading Program


The Greenville Public Library will host a special program to benefit their summer reading program. At 7:00 p.m. Thursday, April 9 in the Bradford Community Building, local historians John Coleman and Kevin Kaegy will discuss the first of two books that are being published in connection with the Greenville Bicentennial celebration. Coleman told us about the program:

Copies of the Will Carson book are $20 and are available at Third Street Market in Greenville and can also be purchased on

Tickets to the program to benefit the Greenville Public Library’s summer reading program are $8 and are available for purchase at the library and Watson’s Health Mart Drug Store.

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