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History and Information:
The Greenwood Public Library began in a loaned trailer in 1978. Ten years later, under the directorship of June Bostick, the Mill Street location was completed as a permanent home to a growing collection. By 1998, the library had grown so large that an addition was required. The addition was completed under the leadership of director Pat Brown. Some special features of the library include many cultural programs, which are well received by the community. In addition to a large collection of books, the library offers both videos and books on tape.
Mary Cahall served as the first director of the Greenwood Public Library. June Bostick led the campaign for a permanent library location. Patricia Brown oversaw the library's new addition in 1998 and is the current director of the library.