BRENTWOOD LIBRARY DIRECTOR
Susan Earl has over27 years of professional public library experience, serving in different areas of the library from children’s to adult. Since 2003, she has served as the Main Library Administrator for the Metro Nashville Public Library in Downtown Nashville. From 1992-2003, she served with the Atlanta-Fulton County Public Library in a variety of positions with increasing responsibility. From 1985-1992, she served in positions in North Carolina, Ohio and Georgia. She is a member of the Brentwood Morning Rotary Club as well as is a member of the Leadership Brentwood Alumni Association.
Susan is a native of Knoxville and has both an undergraduate and graduate degree from the University of Tennessee with a Master’s Degree in Library and Information Science.
You can contact Susan at 615-371-0090, ext. 8010 or email at email@example.com.
WELCOME TO THE BRENTWOOD LIBRARY
The Brentwood Library is known as the 'crown jewel' of our city. We hope you will become a member and take advantage of all the library's services. The library is situated in a beautiful park setting and bordered by a walking trail and arboretum. To take an educational walk and learn to identify local trees, follow this link.
Upon your arrival at the library, sign up for a library card. Every Brentwood resident or property-owner has free borrowing privileges. This library card is your key to enjoying all the library has to offer.
Your library card gives you access to more than 165,000 books and other materials, including audiobooks, DVDs, music CDs and reference databases. A large collection of newspapers and magazines is also available.
The library also offers study rooms for small group sessions, a mid-size conference room, wireless internet service, and a large meeting facility for rent to clubs, businesses and community events hosted by Brentwood residents. Our staff of professionals stands ready to assist you with research questions. We can help at all levels -- students working on school assignments, business people gathering data, or home-mechanics finding repair manuals.
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- Be productive
- Contribute to our society
- Elevate your economic stature
- Enhance your humanity
- Enjoy life every day
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HAVE YOU NOTICED ANYTHING NEW AT THE LIBRARY LATELY?
A new display monitor outside the Brentwood Room to honor our Hometown Heroes. This display honors three local servicemen who are currently serving in combat: SPC Charlie Carr, First Lieutenant Thomas Fister, and Captain Andrew Partin. These Brentwood High graduates are currently deployed in Afghanistan, performing dangerous duties to defend our country. The display includes exciting pictures of the men at work, identifying IEDs with a MaxxPro armored vehicle and loading 500 pound bombs onto aircraft. Be sure to take a look the next time you come to the library, and remember the servicemen who work so hard to keep our nation safe. If you know other Brentwood Hometown Heroes currently serving in combat or in a dangerous area, and you would like to see them honored in this display, please send their name and picture to Tom Carr at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click Hometown Heroes to see the display on-line.
Jen Wooters, Library Volunteer and Special Projects Coordinator, is working with Tom Carr on the project and contributed information to this article.
2012 ANNUAL REPORT