Adams Memorial Library
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DESCRIPTIONAfter years of planning, fundraising, property acquisition and budgeting, SDR celebrates with Woodbury, Tennessee, in the completion of the Dr. and Mrs. J.F. Adams Memorial Library. The expansion project included a 3,000 square foot addition to the original structure and a complete remodel of the existing 6,200 square foot building built in 1965. The new addition clearly stands on its own but respects and complements the original building while a full renovation of the existing space allowed for seamless interior spaces. Additional new features include a technology center with 24 public computers, a renovated meeting room, a dedicated young adult space, an improved childrens room, and an expanded genealogy section which includes a reading room and stacks. A staff work and break space as well as off-street parking were also added. The building is now handicap accessible and contains various improvements that will increase energy efficiency. Honoring the lives of Dr. & Mrs. Adams - both noted for working to advance Woodbury and Cannon County during their lifetimes - this project serves as a public space that enriches the lives of those in the community.
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