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LCS Students May Have Expanded Benefits Through the Miller-Lakeland Library

By Carol A. Gasser Moore

LAKELAND, Georgia – All Lanier County School students may be automatically issued a SGRL Library Card, if the Miller-Lakeland Library Advisory Board and the SGRL (South Georgia Regional Library) system administration move forward with their newest idea.  If the idea is accepted by the Lanier County School Board, all enrolled students of the entire Lanier County School System will automatically be given a library card.  The card will entitle each to all the rights available to them to obtain both recreational and educational media of the SGRL library system, but also available to them from the entire Georgia PINES library system.

Complete information can be found in the January 19th edition of the Lanier County News!


  1. Debbie Mosier on January 19, 2023 at 5:44 pm

    This is a great idea! Not all students can do as I was able to as a child and hop on my bike to make a trip to the much beloved library. The summer reading program was accessed the day summer vacation began and I used the library extensively for many years. This will give students access to materials they wouldn’t have otherwise to expand their education. Excellent idea!

    • Editor on January 19, 2023 at 7:23 pm

      I wish I could claim the idea as I am one of the Miller Lakeland Library Advisory Board members! lol I thought it was a WONDERFUL idea!!

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