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Pictured left to right are the eighteen authors who attended the event: Arlon Davis, Kay Bradford-Rodriguez, Sarah Johnson, Maggie Harries, Clifford Neal, Carolyn Mello, Sheldon Smith, Parker Owen, Katie Moak, Louise Jetton, Lawrence “Mack” Hall, Carol Burk, Herman Wright, Bill Davis, Alene Dunn, Robin “Weaver” Stark, Beth Taylor and Mary Horsley.
4th Annual Local Author Event
The event held at the Community Center on Saturday, April 23, 2016 from 1 – 4 pm was deemed a genuine success. A total of eighteen (18) authors were present. A deeply sincere thank you goes out to the Evadale CISD Family Career and Community Leaders of America Program. Sarah Breaux, Program Sponsor and her students performed food preparation and wait staff duties for the catered luncheon. Food Preparation and Wait Staff were Evadale CISD Students: Carli, Misty, Kenya, Larissa and Cori. Thank you also to their support system of mothers, friends and relatives. Kirbyville Public Library volunteers Mr. and Mrs. Parish helped with set up and take down.
Mrs. Diane Smith helped tirelessly with decorating, set up and with hostess services before, during and after the event. She also donated many of the lovely magnolia themed items used to decorate the facility for the event. Central Baptist Church provided the dining tables for the event. Lazy Daisy created the lovely literary and magnolia themed florals. Even more gratitude goes out to Whitetail Services A/C and Electric for their donations that include time, energy and money. Mrs. Michelle Mauer and Mrs. Sandi Caulkins, President and Secretary of the Friends of the Kirbyville Public Library deserve our thanks for their hours of behind scenes planning to make this a successful and enjoyable event.
Pictures from the 4th Annual Local Author Event, April 23, 2016
Friends of the Kirbyville Public Library Display Table
Cake Table and Author Gifts
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