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'Something Bigger' at Luncheon with Books

November 8, 2013

By Donna Summerall
life@dailytimesleader.com

Friends of the Library president Lucille Armstrong started Thursday’s Luncheon with Books with an introduction of Tanna Taylor, director of the Tombigbee Regional Library System after the retirement of Mary Helen Waggoner. She then proceeded to introduce the author of note.
“Our novelist today is here from Tupelo,” said Armstrong. “She is originally from Monroe County and a lot of us already know her. We are so happy to welcome Caroline Pugh back home to West Point.”
Pugh greeted lots of familiar faces when she spoke Thursday at the Bryan Public Library’s Luncheon with Books. Pugh was originally from Aberdeen and attended school at Oak Hill Academy. She said that she had plenty of ties to West Point and was happy to come and visit with old friends.

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