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This year, the Athens-Clarke County Library continues its revitalized after-school Teen Programming. Lead by the new Teen Services supervisor, Devera Chandler, the library now offers free programs after school Monday through Friday. Teens ages 11 to 18 can attend a wide range of cool events, from chess club to anime and from technology-based activities to crafts. All of these programs are free! As the library’s newVISTA/ AmeriCorps staffer, Nishat Sial has helped forge new partnerships with community organizations to offer education, diversity and personal development programming, and other unique activities.This collaboration helps broaden the experiences of Clarke County teens.The programs have been popular. In fact, for the month of October 2017, over 650 teens attended programs at Athens-Clarke County Library. Some of the recent collaborative programs at the library include a performance led

The Athens-Clarke County Library’s teen programming takes place Monday through Friday from 4:30-5:30. For any questions about after-school teen programming or tutoring, please contact Devera Chandler at 706-613-3650 or by email at dchandler@athenslibrary.org and nsial@athenslibrary.org. The Athens-Clarke County Library is located at 2025 Baxter Street,Athens, GA 30606. Please visit our website at www.athenslibrary. org/athens, like us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/accly. 28 Athens-Oconee Parent

Athens Parent February 2018  
Athens Parent February 2018