Ashley Day, Linda Waters, Linda Collins and Robert Lesley with Atmos present a check to Tonja Johnson in the amount of $10,000 for a new Bookmobile.
Ashley Day, Linda Waters, Linda Collins and Robert Lesley with Atmos present a check to Tonja Johnson in the amount of $10,000 for a new Bookmobile.
CANTON — The Library Foundation of Madison County recently received a $10,000 donation from Atmos Energy towards the library’s bookmobile. 

Ashley Day, Linda Waters, Linda Collins, and Robert Lesley came from Atmos to give Tonja Johnson, director of the Madison County Library System, the check, which will be utilized towards the bookmobile. Patrons and businesses alike may make donations at any of the five branches of the Madison County Library System as well.. 

Atmos Energy is committed to investing in the communities that they serve, and they place a high priority on projects that focus on education and young individuals. This bookmobile project will help all of Madison County, especially underserved communities that don’t have access to a traditional library. Atmos is very happy to contribute to this effort, to inspire young people, and help Madison County achieve even more success in the 21st century. 

“We not only serve Madison County, we live here as well,” said Lesley, a spokesperson for Atmos Energy. “It’s exciting to support and to be a part of the great things that the Madison County Library System is doing.”

Madison County Library System is bringing their wealth of resources such as online databases, story times, books, periodicals, a reference collection, language learning software, career building tools, ACT, SAT and other practice test and tools, technology through laptops, chrome books, high speed internet, and more through the high tech mobile library to enrich the lives of those in Madison County.