Benita Brewster oversaw the Woodward Library Society’s annual dinner which took place Saturday, April 1st at F & M Bank’s Franklin Room, and featured as guest speaker Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jackie Crosby, who spoke on the subject of fake news and alternative facts. The society supports APSU’s Woodward Library by raising and donating funds that are used to purchase assets for the library and pay annual fees for digital online depositories which store all of the university’s theses and dissertations. Brewster says the dinner is the primary fund-raising event of the year, but membership fees are another important source of funds. Membership is open to APSU students, faculty, and community members who wish to support the Woodward Library.
“It’s a wonderful organization that supports APSU’s library, faculty, students and staff in the work that they do,” said Brewster. Brewster said,“it’s a wonderful organization that supports APSU’s library, faculty, students and staff in the work that they do.”