Services

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Printing, Faxing and Other Services

PMRLS offers several services in addition to its material collection and programs.

Fees

Black & White Copies $0.25/page
Faxing Documents (send or receive) $0.25/page
Scanning Documents $0.25/page
Notary Public Services $2.00/document
Exam Proctoring $15/exam
Inter-Library Loan (from non-PINES libraries) $1.50/request

 

 Mobile Printing

You can send us documents from your phone or other device to print at the library. All prints are in black and white. Email your document to the library in order for it to be processed. Documents can only be printed during business hours.

 

Butler Public Library libraryb@pinemtnlibrary.org
Greenville Area Public Library libraryg@pinemtnlibrary.org
Hightower Memorial Library libraryh@pinemtnlibrary.org
Manchester Public Library librarym@pinemtnlibrary.org
Reynolds Public Library libraryr@pinemtnlibrary.org
Talbot County Public Library libraryt@pinemtnlibrary.org
Yatesville Public Library libraryy@pinemtnlibrary.org
Curbside Pickup

Pick up holds, place an order for up to 5 items that are on our shelves, and have documents faxed, scanned or copied. Call a Pine Mountain Regional Library System branch to set up an appointment. Visit pinemtnlibrary.org/locations to see when your library is open.

Chromebooks Available for Checkout

All branches have Chromebooks available for checkout. Checkout period is 1 week. Ask at your local branch for more details.

This program is partially assisted with funds from the Library Services and Technology Act through the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

Georgia Library Services for the Blind and Print Disabled (GLS)

Georgia Library Service for the Blind and Print Disabled (GLS)

Image of woman holding assistive technology deviceThrough Georgia Library Service (GLS) for the Blind and Print Disabled, Georgia Public Library Service provides library services for individuals who are blind or whose physical abilities require the use of books and magazines in audio format or in braille. We provide vital reading materials in an accessible format.

Who does GLS serve?

GLS serves eligible patrons who need reading materials in an accessible format. Patrons are eligible if they are blind, low vision, or physically unable to hold a book and turn the page. GLS services are also available to persons with reading disabilities such as dyslexia. All potential patrons must enroll in GLS services and have their application signed by a certifying authority. That certifying authority must be someone who can attest to the condition that is making a person eligible. This is typically a physician, a nurse, professional caregiver, therapist or educator. Unfortunately, relatives cannot certify people. A librarian can certify patrons, as well.

Application (PDF)

This application can be printed and mailed for free from anywhere in Georgia.

Frequently Asked Questions

GLS Website

Photo credit: Georgia Public Library Service

Register to Vote

Georgians can now register to vote online!

Use the State of Georgia’s Online Voter Registration System to:

  • Check your voter registration status
  • Register to vote
  • Make changes to your current registration record

You can also pick up a voter registration form at your local library.

Meeting Rooms

Meeting rooms are available at Manchester Public Library, Hightower Memorial Library, Greenville Public Library, and Butler Public Library. View our multi-purpose rooms policy here.

Extension Services for Institutions

The library offers services to those who cannot come to the library. The Extension Services Department picks up and delivers books and other materials to schools, day care centers, nursing homes, senior centers and other institutions. If you are interested in having the library visit your institution, please contact Jennifer Domenech at (706) 846-2186, ext. 1008. She will send you an information packet with an application.

Resources for Schools & Daycare Centers

In addition to the Extension Services for Institutions, we have several services we offer local schools. Some of these services are available only to public schools.

  • Programs and Tours: We love visiting classrooms and having fieldtrips at the library! Let us arrange a tour of the library or a special story time in your school or daycare center. Email jdomenech@pinemtnlibrary.org for more information.
  • Requests: Requests may be made for specific titles, subjects or reading levels. Email requests to mterry@pinemtnlibrary.org. The materials are loaned to your school for one month and may be renewed for an additional month if we have no other requests on the materials. Request at least 4 weeks before you need the items.
    • Delivery: Your materials will be delivered to your school media center as soon as possible! We will also return to pick up your materials, so you don’t need to worry about returning your items to the library. 
  • Classroom Collections: Books for recreation and additional reading may be requested for individual classrooms. These books are loaned for one semester. Usually, classroom collections are limited to twenty books. Please let us select the books for you. (Public Schools)
  • Library Cards: Your media center should already have a library card on file with the Extension Services Department. Materials checked out on this card are covered under the Lost Materials Policy. Materials checked out on a personal library card are the responsibilty of the borrower.
  • Digital Library Cards: You and your students can sign up for Digital Library Cards by visiting gapines.org/eg/opac/register. These cannot be used to checkout physical materials, and they do not accrue fines.
  • Local Newspapers: We have microfilm reels of local newspapers. They don’t circulate, but we will be happy to search for a specific article and send you a copy for no charge! Unfortunately, the microfilm is not indexed, so you’ll need to provide an approximate date for searching.
  • Lost Materials: Public schools are only held responsible for 5% of lost or damaged PMRLS materials. Some materials may come from other Georgia libraries outside of our four-county system (PMRLS). This policy does not apply to private schools or for materials borrowed from libraries outside of PMRLS. For more details, please contact the library.