Separation Of Church And State Book Donated To Collegedale Library

Friday, October 4, 2013
From left, front row, Patsy Henry, club president, Joanne Stanfield, library director and District 7 Commissioner Larry Henry. From left, second row, Kathy Shellenburg, Fay Robinson and Sherri Shackleford, club members .
From left, front row, Patsy Henry, club president, Joanne Stanfield, library director and District 7 Commissioner Larry Henry. From left, second row, Kathy Shellenburg, Fay Robinson and Sherri Shackleford, club members .

In celebration of Constitution week a copy of David Barton's book Separation of Church and State was presented to the Collegdale Library.

The presentation was by the Hamilton County Republican Women's Club. 




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