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I Love My SSU Book Signing!!!!
Come join me as I sign copies of my first children's book "I Love My SSU"
Description: It's homecoming at Savannah State University! Follow the Tiger around SSU's campus as he makes his way to Theodore A. Wright Stadium for the big football game! With playful illustrations and fun facts about the school, this book is perfect for fans of all ages who love their SSU!
Book Price: $15- portions of the book's proceeds will go towards the establishment of scholarships for SSU students.
Desmond W. Delk, a Southwest Atlanta native, is currently a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) student in the department of Kinesiology at Auburn University. Mr. Delk most recently taught at Savannah State for two years as a Health Education Lecturer. A proud 2005 graduate of Benjamin E. Mays High School, he received his Bachelors of Arts degree from Morehouse College and a Masters of Education from Auburn University.
Morgan Adams is currently a sophomore at Savannah State University. Upon graduation, he plans to have a successful career in fashion, and wants to educate others in the visual and performing arts.
It'll be a fun-filled event. Bring the whole Family
|Where||Adams Park Branch Library 2231 Campbellton Rd SW, Atlanta, GA 30311|
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|Time||12:00 pm–4:00 pm|
More About Adams Park Branch Library
The Adams Park Library is one of 34 branches in the Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System. The 7,500-square-foot building houses 34,500 books, videos, CDs, periodicals, large-print books and reference materials, and a 75-seat meeting facility.
The community library, however, is more than a quiet place for reading. Branch Manager Celeste Gibson said the center offers numerous community events, guest speakers and services throughout the year, including an annual summer reading program for everyone from pre-schoolers to high school seniors.
Adams Park is one of 25 branches in the Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System slated for renovation or expansion in 2012 and 2013. In addition to the renovations, the system plans to build a new 85-million-dollar central library and eight new branch libraries.