Our Identity and Funding

Rutherford County Library System (RCLS) is comprised of five branches and a Bookmobile, serving the Greater Rutherford County community. RCLS receives funding from three cities (Eagleville, Murfreesboro, and Smyrna) and Rutherford County, though governed by the Linebaugh Library Board.

Our Director

Rita Shacklett

Rita Shacklett is the Director of the Rutherford County Library System and is appointed by the Linebaugh Library Board. 

You can contact her at 615-893-4131, ext 112. Email

Our Purpose

Explore, Imagine, Engage through RCLS

Quick Contacts

Linebaugh General Information Questions: [email protected]

Smyrna General Information Questions: [email protected]

Genealogy/Historical Research: [email protected]

Problems with the RCLS website: [email protected]

Technical Support: [email protected]

For questions about your account (fines, renewals, etc) please call your local branch or log into your Online Account

Our News

Employment

Library Associate - 2 Part Time Positions - Smyrna Library 

Smyrna Library is seeking a 2 part-time Library Associates. The position of Library Associate is responsible for performing various duties primarily concerning the operation of the Circulation and Reference departments within the Linebaugh Public Library System. This employee has extensive contact with the public. Duties include, but are not limited to: the circulating of books and other library materials, assisting patrons in locating and using needed materials; assisting patrons in accessing and using databases; assisting patrons in using computers and conducting research on the Internet; assisting patrons in locating library materials in various areas of the library; performing daily maintenance of periodicals; and performing readers advisory services. This is an entry level position. This position is classified as Non-Exempt for the purpose of the Fair Labor Standards Act. Starting salary is $9.19 per hour. Evenings and weekends may be required.

Application Procedure: Completed applications (see below) must be submitted by email to David Coutcher at [email protected]; only electronic submissions will be accepted. Position is open until filled. EOE. For more information, please read the Library Associate job description (PDF).

Qualifications: Must be at least 18 years old. High school diploma or equivalent required. Prior experience working in customer service environment preferred. Prior library experience desired. Bachelor's degree from an accredited college desired.

posted: 9/5/2017

Supervisory Clerk - Full Time

Linebaugh Public Library System seeks a full-time Supervisory Clerk. This position serves as the Branch Supervisor for the Myrtle Glanton Lord Library inside the Patterson Park Community Center in Murfreesboro. Duties include, but are not limited to: supervising and scheduling part-time associates at MGL; supervising all branch operations at MGL; performing all routines and responsibilities of the circulation department; producing statistical reports; providing patron assistance with computers, reference requests, and locating materials; responding to complaints and other library problems; coordinating library programming; providing information to patrons regarding library programs and services; and performing readers advisory services. Reports to the Director of the Linebaugh Public Library System. 

Application ProcedureCompleted applications (see bottom of page) must be submitted by email to David Coutcher at [email protected]only electronic submissions will be accepted. Position is open until filled. EOE. For more information, please read the Supervisory Clerk job description.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree from accredited college required. Masters in Library Science or equivalent, preferred. General/library clerical and supervisory experience or equivalent combination of experience and/or training required. Must be able to work independently.    

Salary: Starts at $24254 per year, D.O.E. Medical/Dental/Vision and retirement benefits.

posted 08/23/2017

Application Packet:

Applications may be submitted to David Coutcher, Human Resources Administrator, 105 W. Vine Street, Murfreesboro, TN  37130 or electronically to [email protected]

To submit, please fill out our application, print, scan and email as an attachment (the PDF will not save once filled out). Or, you may install a free PDF writer to save the form and re-submit via email. Here is the link to the free download; CutePDF Writer. Simply install the PDF Writer, open & fill out application, print using CutePDF Writer, this then allows you to save the PDF document under your own file name. Email your newly created PDF as an attachment to [email protected].

You cannot submit a resume alone in place of the application. In addition, please note that all sections of the application form must be completed in their entirety. Do not use phrases such as "see resume"; simply referring to the attached resume is not sufficient. Linebaugh Public Library System will only accept applications for posted vacancies.

Volunteer through Friends of Linebaugh

The Friends of Linebaugh Library has a community outreach volunteer program. Persons interested in volunteering for events should fill out the Friends of the Library Volunteer Form.

Volunteer (General)

Linebaugh Public Library System welcomes volunteers for each of its branches. You must be age 16 or older. Volunteers are needed to assist with: shelf reading, straightening books, phone calls, data entry, searching for books, filing, grant writing, assisting with programs, and other tasks. Volunteers should complete a volunteer application and return it to the Circulation Desk at your branch library.

Volunteer Computer Class Instructors

Linebaugh Public Library System is always seeking volunteers to teach computer classes at our Murfreesboro, Smyrna and MGL branches.

For more information, please contact:

Linebaugh: Pete Wood at (615) 893-4131 or [email protected].

Smyrna: Brittney Reed-Saltz at (615) 459-4884 or [email protected].

MLG at Patterson Park: Jerome Azbell at (615)-907-3429 or [email protected]

Linebaugh Public Library (Main Branch)

Smyrna Public Library

MGL - Myrtle Glanton Lord Public Library

Eagleville Bicentennial Public Library

TEC - Technology Engagement Center

Coming in 2018!

Bookmobile

GET A LIBRARY CARD? Getting a card is free and easy for area residents. All we need is a photo id and proof of address.

GET AN ECARD? (Good for online resources and digital materials only. Come into one of our branches to upgrade to a full-service card for free).

RENEW MY BOOKS AND MATERIALS? Click the link to renew. If you get a message that says a specific item cannot be renewed, please return the item to your local branch to avoid overdue fees.

PAY FINES ONLINE? Click the link to view your current fines owed and pay via PayPal. If you have any questions about your account, please call or visit your local branch.

RESERVE A ROOM? (Linebaugh Branch only) The room booking icon is in the top right corner of the website.

FIND AN EVENT OR COMPUTER CLASS? The events icon is in the top right corner of the website. The full calendar is in the drop-down menu under events. Events can be filtered by type or location.

LOGIN TO MY ACCOUNT?  You can login through the website portal to see your library account activity plus any room or event registrations. Or, you can visit the online catalog for your library information only. Click here to go to your account via the catalog.

PLACE A HOLD? Search for an item in the online catalog and place a hold for it using your library card number. Once the item is available, you will receive either an email or phone call which says you have four days to pick up your item at the specified branch location.

FIND MY NEAREST LIBRARY?  Linebaugh Public Library System has four locations in Rutherford County to serve you.

"It is a sad commentary that a city of schools such as Murfreesboro, a city supposedly of education, knowledge, culture and breeding, should have no public library" began Rutherford Courier Editor, Robert Lasseter's column on January 27, 1942. His efforts were instrumental in the creation of the library system that we know today. Henry T. Linebaugh, a Florida resident, and Murfreesboro native read the column and was inspired to make a $5,000 donation toward the creation of a public library in his hometown. His only stipulation was that it be named for his mother, Mattie V. Linebaugh. The Linebaugh Public Library was established in the winter of 1947 and formally opened on April 1, 1948, in the old Hale Home at Central Memorial Park with Myla Parsons as the librarian.

The library collection began with slightly over 6,000 volumes of materials from Rutherford County schools, some purchased items, books on loan from the regional library, a few donations, and a $50 per month budget for books. The circulation for 1948 was over 40,000 books, including distribution to the schools, deposit stations in outlying areas, and over 1,200 borrowers.

In May of 1950, the library received a bequest of approximately $30,000 from another Murfreesboro native, Emma Weitzel. This gift enabled the library to purchase the old Elk's Club building on Spring Street, opening at this new location on September 9, 1953. By 1960, Linebaugh Library expanded to include a branch in Smyrna that was housed in two rooms of a local residence. It opened on October 17 with Jimmie Webster as the first librarian.

In less than ten years, Linebaugh had once more outgrown its existing location. During the summer of 1961, the General Services Administration (GSA) released the deed of the old Post Office building at 102 West College Street to Murfreesboro and Rutherford County governments to be handed over to the Linebaugh Library Board. In August 1962, the library opened on West College Street with a new librarian, Briley Adcock. It was here that the library card system with an individual card for each patron was established.

Over the next few years both the Murfreesboro and Smyrna locations required larger facilities. A new structure was erected for Smyrna on Walnut Street adjacent to the local primary and middle schools opening on April 19, 1970. For Murfreesboro an $81,000.00 addition to the Old Post Office building was constructed, and the new expansion was dedicated in April, 1971. The new addition allowed the library to remain in the Old Post Office facility for an additional 15 years before the available space became insufficient. In 1987, plans began for a new building with the Christy-Houston Foundation giving the library a grant for 1.5 million dollars. The new location of Linebaugh Library at 105 West Vine Street in the Civic Plaza, a 34,000 sq. ft. facility, was opened on June 15, 1992.

After more than 30 years of service, Mrs. Adcock retired in the winter of 1993 and Rita Shacklett stepped in as acting director. In the spring of 1995, the library hired a new director, Laurel Best. Also in 1995, the library implemented its first automated catalog system, E.L.L.I.S. (Electronic Linebaugh Library Information System).

The Smyrna branch opened in a new facility of 22,500 sq. ft. on November 8, 1999. On November 23, 1999, the library system introduced its new computer catalog WebCat, a Sirsi Unicorn product, and several months later received a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation providing public-use computers for Linebaugh and the Smyrna branch.

In July of 2003, the Friends of Linebaugh Library purchased a used Bookmobile from the State of Tennessee after the Highland Rim Regional Library lost funding for their program. Having had great success with the program, the Linebaugh Library Foundation bought a new Bookmobile in November of 2005 and commissioned the exterior graphics to be done by local artist Norris Hall, celebrating regional landmarks.

The library has experienced tremendous growth simultaneously with Rutherford County over the years and the budget, staff, and resources have multiplied many times over endeavoring to keep pace with the needs of the community. In ensuing years, new locations were added in Murfreesboro and Eagleville. The Myrtle Glanton Lord Library (MGL), named for the longtime educator, was opened on December 1, 2004 in the community center at Patterson Park and on January 1, 2006, the operation of the Eagleville Bicentennial Public Library was assumed by LPLS. In late 2005, library master facilities planners Dubberly Garcia Associates, Inc. implemented a planning study for the Linebaugh Public Library System . The result of this study, along with population growth projections, input from City and County government and community focus groups, helped determined that the library system needs to increase in size and locations to handle current demographic trends.

Linebaugh was named the public library recipient of the School Library Journal/Thomson Gale 2006 Giant Step Award for the most improved library in the nation and was given a $5,000 award.

Laurel Best left in June of 2008 to take a director's position in Huntsville, Alabama. While the library board pursued a nationwide search for a replacement, Rita Shacklett filled in as the interim director. Ms. Shacklett was chosen in December 2008 to be the new director. She has served the library system since 1975 and had been the assistant director since 1985.

In 2017, a ground breaking was held for the Technology Engagement Center (TEC), which would be the first "bookless" libraries in Tennessee. The TEC would service the needs of individuals and families who do not have internet access in their homes, as well as provide meeting space for individuals and businesses. 

Having provided almost 70 years of service, the library has surely exceeded the dreams of Robert Lasseter. His belief that "books are the route to knowledge" helped ignite the community interest in a public library, and the Linebaugh Public Library System will continue striving to meet the challenge of providing ever evolving free resources for the citizens of Murfreesboro and Rutherford County. To better reflect the growth and changing services of our libraries, the Library Board voted in October 2017 to change the name of Linebaugh Public Library System to Rutherford County Library System.

Overview

LPLS is a governmental non-profit agency [509(a)(3), Type I] funded by Rutherford County and the Cities of Eagleville, Murfreesboro and Smyrna. All employees are governed by The Board of Directors of Linebaugh Public Library System and are not part of any city or county government.

The Board of Directors of Linebaugh Public Library consists of fourteen (14) members, seven (7) of whom are appointed by the City Council of Murfreesboro and seven (7) of whom are appointed by the County Commission of Rutherford County. The members shall serve without salary for a three (3) year term and no more three (3) successive terms. 

Meetings

The Board of Directors typically meets on the third Monday of each month at 5 p.m. with the exception of January and February when they meet on the third Tuesday due to the holiday schedule. Meetings are generally held in the Board Room on the 2nd Floor.

2017 Meeting Dates/Locations

Tuesday, January 19 (Linebaugh)
Tuesday, February 16 (Linebaugh)
Monday, March 21 (Linebaugh)
Monday, April 18 (Smyrna)
Monday, May 16 (Linebaugh)
Monday, June 20 (Linebaugh)
Monday, July 18 (Linebaugh)
Monday, August 15 (Linebaugh)
Monday, September 18 (Linebaugh)
Monday, October 16 (Linebaugh)
Monday, November 13 at 4:30 p.m. (Smyrna) [Annual Board Retreat]
Monday, December 18 (Linebaugh)

LPLS Board of Directors

Your Library Card

To get a library card...       ...Or... click on picture to sign up for an eCard for online access only

  • You must be an area resident with current photo ID and proof of address.
  • Children under age 18 must be accompanied by a parent/legal guardian with a current ID.
  • Parents may grant permission for children to checkout videos and to use the Internet.
  • Report lost or stolen cards immediately.
  • Replacement cards are $2.00.
  • By accepting a library card, you are agreeing to follow the Library's rules and policies in exchange for access to the Library's collections and services. You are agreeing to accept responsibility for all materials charged to the card, including fines and fees assessed to it.
  • All library card information must be updated annually. Call or come by your local branch to renew your card.
  • In order for another adult to pick up holds and/or pay fines or fees on your behalf, you must give written consent. Once consent is given, a note will be put in your account to allow them this access.

CONSENT FORM

Borrowing Privileges
  • Items in high demand - 7 days
  • DVDs & Blu-rays - 7 days
  • Wifi HotSpots - 7 days for $5 charge
  • All other books and library materials - 14 days
  • Items can be returned to any location or drop box in the Linebaugh Public Library System
  • E-books are available through our webiste. Visit www.linebaugh.org, click on OverDrive and follow the instructions.
  • Items can be placed on hold through our Online Catalog.
  • There are NO LIMITS on number of checkouts for all items except DVDs, Blu-rays, CD Music, & Graphic Novels (limit 10).
Renewal Policy

Click here to Renew Materials

  • 2 renewals per item (if there are no holds)
  • You may renew your materials:
  1. at any library branch
  2. by telephone
  3. from your home or office computer by going to our online catalog. Your User ID is your entire library barcode number; the default PIN is the last six digits of your library barcode number.
  • If your books are due and you are not finished, call us or renew online on or before the due date for renewal.
Overdue Fines
  • Books and audiobooks - $.10 per day.
  • DVDs, Blu-rays, HotSpots & CD Music - $1.00 per day.
  • Maximum fine for all materials is $7.00 per item.
  • Fines must be below $5.00 to check out new materials or use the public computers.
Collection Agency and Payment Plans

Linebaugh Public Library System is obligated to attempt the recovery of all outstanding debt and/or library materials. To that end, patrons with fines or fees of $25 or more are subject to contact from Unique Collection Agency. A non-negotiable collection fee will be applied to the account of any patron who reaches this threshold.

Patrons whose accounts have been sent to collection may establish a payment plan with their local branch library. The payment plan will involve an initial payment, followed by regular installments until the patron's record is once again in good standing. If your account is past due, contact the Circulation Department to make the necessary payment arrangements.

Internet Usage

You must have your library card with you to use a computer.

Your account should be current, have less than $5 in fines and be without overdues.

  • You are limited to three 1-hour computer sessions per day (Linebaugh & Smyrna locations only). Otherwise, the limit is two 1-hour sessions.
  • Printing costs $.15 for black and white or $.30 for color. Your first $.30 of printing each day is free.
  • To print more than your free pages, you must add money to your print account. Please take your library card to a staff desk.
  • If you leave your computer inactive for 5 minutes, your session will automatically end.
  • If you need to leave your computer, you can "lock" the computer. This will keep your computer session active and will prevent other people from getting on the computer during your session. To do this, click the Lock button and enter a password of your choosing. Your session time will continue to count down, even when the computer is locked.
  • Items saved to the computer cannot be retrieved once your session ends. If you need to save an item, you should save it to a flash drive or burn a CD.
  • Please take all cell phone calls outside of the computer area.

The Library makes the Internet accessible in accordance with its mission of providing access to information and resources to meet the needs of its constituency.

The Library is CIPA compliant and has blocking software on all Internet terminals. The blocking software, or filter, is not a perfect system and due to its technological limitations may allow sites that could be harmful to minors and may block access to constitutionally protected material on the Internet. The Library may allow access to blocked sites for adult patrons 18 and over upon request. Information on the Internet may be reliable and current, or it may be inaccurate, out-of-date, or unavailable. The Internet contains material that is controversial and inappropriate for children. Library users access the Internet at their own discretion.

Parents/legal guardians assume responsibility for anything their children may access on the Internet. The Library is not responsible if children violate Library and parental rules. The Library's computers are not under constant employee supervision.

Use of the Library computers and the Internet for any purpose that violates federal, state or local laws is prohibited, including:

  • Accessing obscenity and or child pornography
  • Propagation of computer worms and viruses 
  • Attempting to breach the Library network and other networks via the Internet 
  • Transfer or use of copyrighted materials without explicit consent from the owner

Attempting to modify or delete software and data, or installing other software onto the Library computers is not permitted, and will be subject to a revoking of privileges.

Use of the Internet is a privilege, not a right, and violation of the Internet Use Policy will result in a cancellation of this privilege.

Introduction

The Board of the Linebaugh Public Library System welcomes visitors and encourages them to use its resources. The board also acknowledges the necessity to maintain an environment in which patrons and staff can be free from harassment, intimidation, threats to their safety and well-being, and protects library resources and facilities from damage. To provide safeguards against such behavior and damage to property, the Library Board has adopted the following Rules of Conduct, which specifies the type of activities or behavior that is not permitted on library premises. These Rules of Conduct and related policies and procedures incorporate federal, state and local laws which govern illegal behavior, the Library Bill of Rights, the American Library Association’s guidelines for the development of policies and procedures regarding user behavior and library usage.

Class I Offenses

In order for the Linebaugh Public Library System to provide the public with an atmosphere conducive to the appropriate use of its services and facilities, the following activities are prohibited on library premises:

Class I Offenses

1. Distributing or posting printed materials and literature that have not been approved by the library

2. Soliciting library patrons or staff for money, items or services

3. Eating and drinking or placing open containers of food or beverages on tables, carrels and the floor (except as may be permitted and provided in designated areas) in library facilities

4. Smoking or other uses of tobacco in library facilities including rest rooms, or outside library facilities in any area likely to interfere with other patrons access to the library

5. Loitering on library premises. Loitering is defined as sitting or standing idly about, sleeping, lingering aimlessly or putting head on table for prolonged periods of time either inside the library building or, outside the library building in areas which obstructs other library patrons access to the library. The use of outside library benches and chairs for sleeping or lying down is also prohibited. Nothing herin shall be interpreted to restrict library patrons from standing around while waiting for transportation to pick them up from the library facility

6. Not wearing shoes or shirt inside library facilities

7. The use of skates, skate boards and/or roller blades

8. The use of library materials, comptuers and automated equipment for reasons other than their intended purpose

9. Placing feet or legs on the furniture

10. Users of the library are expected to maintain an acceptable standard of personal hygiene. Infested clothing and/or person or personal effects or unpleasant body odor, which offends other patrons such that other patrons’ use and enjoyment of the library is interfered with, is unacceptable. If a person can be smelled from ten feet (10′) or more, he/she may be asked to leave

11. Bringing animals or pets, other than those assisting persons with disabilities, into the library facility

12. Creating loud noises and/or disturbances which interfere with staff and or other patrons’ use and enjoyment of the library, including, but not limited to, by verbal utterances or with electronic devices

13. Using obscene or abusive language or gestures in a manner which reasonably can be expected to annoy or disturb other patrons or library staff

14. Leaving children 12 years of age and under unsupervised

15. Leaving children or young adults in library facilities after closing time

16. Misuse of rest rooms. Misuse includes: washing clothing and bathing (other than face and hands)

17. Bringing large items (packages, duffel bags, suitcases, etc.) onto library premises that take up excessive space, without the prior approval of library personnel. Excessive space shall be defined as an item or group of items exceeding 2.5 ft. in length, or 2.5 ft. in width, or 2.5 ft. in height

18. Removing library materials from the premises without authorization or without going through established lending procedures

19. Being on library property between — one (1) hour after official public closing time and (1) hour before official opening time except for: returning library materials to after-hours book drops and attending special events authorized by the library

20. Violations of written Library policies, procedures or guidelines

Class II Offenses

21. Intentionally engaging in harassing or threatening behavior towards other patrons or library employees for the purpose of annoying, intimidating or casing fear to the recipient

22. Soliciting for the purpose of prostitution

23. Public intoxication

24. Intentionally damaging, defacing, destroying or stealing property belonging to the library, a patron, or employee

25. Patrons are prohibited from bringing any firearm and/or weapon onto library premises. This prohibition does not apply to law enforcement personnel on official duty. Weapon means a firearm or anything manifestly designed, made or adapted for the purpose of inflicting bodily injury, or anything that in the manner of its use or intended use is capable of causing bodily injury

26. Engaging in disorderly conduct, fighting or challenging to fight, or using offensive words likely to provoke violence

27. Indecent exposure or lewd sexual behavior

28. Possession, consumption or sale of illegal narcotics, alcohol, or hallucinogens on library property

29. Any other acts or conduct in violation of Federal, State, and Local laws.

Computer Classes

The Rutherford County Library System offers a wide variety of computer basics, ebook, and special technology training classes.

All classes are free and open to the public. Visit the Calendar and filter by classes to see the monthly list and locations.

Internet Usage Policy

You must have your library card with you to use a computer.

Your account should be current, have less than $5 in fines and be without overdues.

  • You are limited to three 1-hour computer sessions per day (Linebaugh & Smyrna locations only). Otherwise, the limit is two 1-hour sessions.
  • Printing costs $.15 for black and white or $.30 for color. Your first $.30 of printing each day is free.
  • To print more than your free pages, you must add money to your print account. Please take your library card to a staff desk.
  • If you leave your computer inactive for 5 minutes, your session will automatically end.
  • If you need to leave your computer, you can "lock" the computer. This will keep your computer session active and will prevent other people from getting on the computer during your session. To do this, click the Lock button and enter a password of your choosing. Your session time will continue to count down, even when the computer is locked.
  • Items saved to the computer cannot be retrieved once your session ends. If you need to save an item, you should save it to a flash drive or burn a CD.
  • Please take all cell phone calls outside of the computer area.

The Library makes the Internet accessible in accordance with its mission of providing access to information and resources to meet the needs of its constituency.

The Library is CIPA compliant and has blocking software on all Internet terminals. The blocking software, or filter, is not a perfect system and due to its technological limitations may allow sites that could be harmful to minors and may block access to constitutionally protected material on the Internet. The Library may allow access to blocked sites for adult patrons 18 and over upon request. Information on the Internet may be reliable and current, or it may be inaccurate, out-of-date, or unavailable. The Internet contains material that is controversial and inappropriate for children. Library users access the Internet at their own discretion.

Parents/legal guardians assume responsibility for anything their children may access on the Internet. The Library is not responsible if children violate Library and parental rules. The Library's computers are not under constant employee supervision.

Use of the Library computers and the Internet for any purpose that violates federal, state or local laws is prohibited, including:

  • Accessing obscenity and or child pornography
  • Propagation of computer worms and viruses 
  • Attempting to breach the Library network and other networks via the Internet 
  • Transfer or use of copyrighted materials without explicit consent from the owner

Attempting to modify or delete software and data, or installing other software onto the Library computers is not permitted, and will be subject to a revoking of privileges.

Use of the Internet is a privilege, not a right, and violation of the Internet Use Policy will result in a cancellation of this privilege.

3D Printing

Visit Linebaugh, Smyrna and TEC branches to learn more about 3D printing availability.

Cost is $5/hour of printing.

LPLS WiFi to Go

 

Check out WiFi Hotspots to get internet access on the go!

$5 for one week check-out. No renewals. 

WiFi Access

Free WiFi access is available at all LPLS locations.

Due to the variety of hardware/software configurations, we cannot provide technical support; however, we do provide some guidance below. For additional help, check your computer's documentation, or look under Windows Help.

Linebaugh Library does not use encryption on the wireless network. Although we have taken measures to secure the network, it is not foolproof. As such, wireless users are advised not to transmit any sensitive information. The library makes no guarantee on the security of information transmitted, and the decision of whether to transmit sensitive data is at the user's discretion. Further, it is the responsibility of the patron to protect their own computers from potential compromise by keeping their software up to date with the latest security patches, using a personal firewall, etc.

Instructional Volunteers Needed

Rutherford County Library System is always seeking volunteers to teach computer classes in Murfreesboro, Smyrna and MGL locations. For more information, see below:

Linebaugh: 615-893-4131 Dave Case [email protected] or Pete Wood, [email protected].

Smyrna: 615-459-4884 Stephanie Jones [email protected]

MGL(Patterson Park): 615-907-3429 Jerome Azbell, [email protected]