The world is full of libraries that provide free or low-cost reading materials.
But it’s not just those that serve the public that get the credit.
Some public libraries get their own special treatment.
That’s the case with the Gwinnett County Library, located in Augusta, Georgia, which is known for its library collection and the fact that it has several branches in the county.
The county has a population of more than 11 million people, and is home to the largest collection of state parks in the country.
In fact, it has more than 1,200 parks and can accommodate nearly a million visitors per year.
In 2016, the Gwinchys library collected more than $5 million in public donations.
That figure includes about $2.7 million in donations from the community.
That money helped pay for the renovation of the building that housed the county’s public library.
It also funded the construction of a new library and digital collection.
The library is one of several Gwinnetts public libraries that is currently in the midst of a renovation project, which includes a new front door, new staff and additional seating.
The project is part of a $50 million initiative to modernize the library and expand its collection.
The library will also be adding a new digital collection and a new video and audio collection.