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September 17, 2013MILTON, Ga. – Want to know the latest and greatest about the Milton Library slated to open in Crabapple next year?
Then make sure to attend the Living Room Conversation hosted by Milton's Better Together volunteer committee at the Bethwell Community Center Thursday, Sept 26. That's when Milton City Councilman and President of the Friends of the Milton Library (FOML) Matt Kunz will give residents an update on the library's progress and a rundown of current volunteer efforts.
The conversation will begin at 7 p.m. Immediately following the meeting, all attendees are invited to stay for dessert and coffee.
The Bethwell Community Center is located at 2695 Hopewell Road in Milton.
Attendees are encouraged to bring books for use in the new library. Those who would like to donate but who cannot attend the meeting can contact Community Builder Wayne Boston at 678-242-2512 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Everywhere I go, the status of the library is a hot topic, so I can't wait to let residents know the tremendous progress we've made recently," said Kunz. "And bringing books and other materials will get us one step closer to this needed community improvement."
Kunz said new and gently used books of all subjects – especially textbooks, children's books, general fiction and coffee table books – are welcome for donation. Other forms of media, including CDs, DVDs and audio books are also accepted.
Better Together is a volunteer organization of Milton residents looking for unique and fun ways to connect with neighbors. For more information on Better Together or any of its activities, please contact Boston at 678-242-2512 or email@example.com.
Editor, Milton Herald