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The new Indian Land library will have 'organic' décor

In many ways, the new library, under construction on Hwy. 521 near Sun City Carolina Lakes, is intended to be a home away from home for all county residents.

Carpet, wall colors and cabinets are all details and have painstakingly picked out for the "Indian Land's Living Room." Chosen are colors commonly found outdoors, mimicking the hues of grass and red clay. The entryway floor will be made of cork, and the main carpet in the library has a subtle leaf print.

The next step is choosing furniture, hoping to stay in the Carolinas for those purchases, making sure as much local merchandise as possible is used for the facility.

Construction on the library is expected to be complete in November.

Donations for the library project continue to trickle in, but more money is needed.

In total, $381,000 has been received in donations from companies, grants and individuals, but $400,000 more is needed to completely furnish the library.

Recently, the Lancaster County Partners for Youth donated $20,000 to the Del Webb Library at Indian Land, to be used for creating study rooms.

The project, along with a new county courthouse, could become part of the capital needs bond referendum the Lancaster County Council is considering.

The Indian Land library is just going to be an arm of the main branch in Lancaster. It's wholly dependent on the main branch. It doesn't all end when our doors open. The health of the Indian Land branch is very dependent on the health of the main branch.

Also see www.Carolina55andBetter.com 

 

 

 

 

 

Published Monday, May 05, 2008 11:43 AM by Angie Adams NC/SC REALTOR® Broker

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