Marshall County Oral History

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A.B. Rhea
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30:05 min
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A.M. Johnson
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31:43 min
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A.N. Duke, Jr.
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25:22 min
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Albert Hill
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28:42 min
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Alfred Joyce
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29:43 min
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Alma Noles
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35:04 min
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Alton Poodle Rudd
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27:37 min
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Alton Rudd
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29:51 min
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Arah Kennedy
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31:39 min
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B.F. Wigginton 1
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30:39 min
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B.F. Wigginton
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31:07 min
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B.N. Dossett
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31:11 min
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Barnett Roberts
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27:56 min
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Ben K. Haley
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31:24 min
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Bessie Roberts
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27:37 min

Free Summer Meals

Summer should be a stress-free time full of food, friends and fun. Free summer meals can help. The healthy meals provided are based on USDA nutrition guidelines, served at a fun, safe place for kids and teens to be active and visit with friends.

No application or proof of income needed.

FREE to kids and teens age 18 and under. Adults may purchase meals for $3.50.

No meals will be served the week of July 2-6

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Benton Elementary Jun. 4-July 13
M-T-W-Th-F
11:00 am to 11:45 am
Benton Library Jun 6-Jul 25
Wednesdays ONLY
Jun 15
12:30-1:00 pm
12:00-12:30 pm
First Missionary Baptist Church Jun 25 –Jun-28
M-T-W-Th
10:30-11:00 am
Hardin Library Jun 6-Jul 26
Thursdays ONLY
12:00-12:20 pm
Marshall County Tech Center Jun 4-Jun 22
M-T-W-Th-F
11:00-12:00
Marshall County Extension Office Jun 19-Jun 21
T-W-Th
12:00-12:30
Calvert City Library Jun 5-Jul 24
Tuesdays Only
11:00-11:20
Unity Cumberland Presbyterian Church Jun 11-Jun 13 6:20 pm to 6:40 pm

Meals must be eaten on site.


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Materials Renewal

Auto-Renewal Is Here!

No Calling! No Emailing!

Your material will now auto-renew as long as the renewal limit hasn't been reached (see below) and no one is on hold for the material. If your material cannot be renewed, a library staff member will call to let you know.

  • New Books: Checkout: 2 weeks & 1 renewal
  • New DVD's (limit 4): Checkout: 2 days & 1 renewal
  • Books: Checkout: 2 weeks & 4 renewals
  • DVD's (limit 4): Checkout: 1 week & 4 renewals

To check the status and due dates of your materials, navigate to https://catalog.marshallcolibrary.org.

Hold material will not be auto-renewed. 


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