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Possible Answers: YENS, PINES, YEARNS, THIRSTS, HANKERS.

Last seen on: –Universal Crossword – Oct 14 2021
LA Times Crossword 18 Oct 19, Friday

Random information on the term “PINES”:

The Athens Regional Library System (ARLS) is a consortium of 11 public libraries across all four counties of the Athens – Clarke County metropolitan area as well as Franklin County.

The ARLS is a member of PINES, a statewide public library that includes 284 member libraries across 143 counties in Georgia. Any member of the ARLS will receive a PINES library card which grants them access to over 8 million books in the PINES circulation. The library is also a member of the Georgia Library Learning Online (GALILEO) which is a resource with over 100 databases for active members to view thousands of journals and scholarly articles.

The earliest records for a library in the region are dated to March 11, 1810 where an active Library Society was founded by a citizen named Sterling Elder. Not much else is known of this library system save for references of the society meetings in the newspaper at the time, the Athens Gazette.

The first library in the system was constructed in 1911 with funds from industrialist Andrew Carnegie. Carnegie was petitioned by the Woman’s Club of Lavonia for funds to construct a library in 1905. He donated $20,000 later that year on March 25 to start construction with the stipulation that it be managed from then on by the county with an annual maintenance fee of $2,000. The building came to completion finally in 1911 and was used by the city of Athens for the next four decades. In 1953 the United States Government purchased the building to be used as the Navy Supply Corps School. After its use for training, the Navy converted it again into the Navy Supply Corps Museum on June 25, 1974.

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