Melissa Waiksnis and son Garrin, 4, read "Curious George." Waiksnis said she and her son are looking forward to having access to books and children's programs in their own community and no longer having to traveling to Fort Mill or Ballantyne to visit a library.
Melissa Waiksnis and son Garrin, 4, read "Curious George." Waiksnis said she and her son are looking forward to having access to books and children's programs in their own community and no longer having to traveling to Fort Mill or Ballantyne to visit a library.
Melissa Waiksnis and son Garrin, 4, read "Curious George." Waiksnis said she and her son are looking forward to having access to books and children's programs in their own community and no longer having to traveling to Fort Mill or Ballantyne to visit a library.

Indian Land's 'living room' now open to the public

January 13, 2009 03:10 PM