Satsuma Public Library
"The Town Treasure"
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Computer Stations 1 hour time limit.
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We are excited to announce that Satsuma Public Library has installed a platform lift in the rear entrance of the library. This project has been in the works for over a year and the addition to the library will be a huge asset to patrons with disabilities or who have trouble with steps. This project would not have been possible without the support of Gulf Coast RC&D who donated $5,000 to support this project. Gulf Coast RC&D is a Non-profit organization who's mission is to promote, protect and develop natural resources to secure social and economic benefits for people in the Gulf Coast Area. Satsuma Library would also like to recognize the Satsuma Public Library Foundation who donated $4,500 towards this project and for their continued support.
Thank you to other key players, Satsuma Building Inspector, Tom Briand who assisted throughout this project and Tracy Nolfe who donated his time and talents! Thank you to all who support Satsuma Public Library Foundation! Because of you we are able to dream bigger for the community of Satsuma!
Above are photos of SPL Foundation founding member, Mary Deas Pierce enjoying the new platform lift.
Tiphani Clearman, Library Director
Satsuma Public Library is a Municipal Library serving the municipality of Satsuma, Alabama, striving to support the intellectual, educational, cultural and entertainment needs of our patrons.
If you would like to make a monetary, or book donation to the library, you may do so in person, or online. "In Memory," or "In Honor," donations may be made, and a recognition card will be mailed. Call the library for more information.