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AtHomeNet Donates Catalog of Community Associations Institute Reference Books to Georgia Library Branch

Forsyth County Library receives extensive collection of HOA and Community Resources through National Adopt-A-Library Program.

August 18 2008

Cumming, GA- Community Association website provider AtHomeNet (www.AtHomeNet.com) officially presented a donation of Community Association Institute Resource books to the Forsyth County Library located in Cumming, GA. The books which ranged from topics on HOA laws and Board meeting procedures to Community motivation and neighborhood upkeep, are valued at over $1500 and promote AtHomeNet's commitment to community involvement and information accessibility.

AtHomeNet Donates BooksPictured Left to Right- Forsyth County Library Director Jon McDaniel, AtHomeNet Director of Marketing Susan Sanders, Forsyth Asst. Director of Materials Linda Kelly, AtHomeNet Director of Technology Jeff Sanders.

The dedication ceremony was held in the main area of the Forsyth County Library (www.forsyth.public.lib.ga.us) with Library Director Jon McDaniel and Assistant Director of Materials Linda Kelly accepting the books on behalf of AtHomeNet from company owners Jeff & Susan Sanders (pictured below).

CAI, which stands for The Community Associations Institute (www.caionline.org), is a national organization dedicated to being the leader in providing education and resources to the volunteer homeowners who govern community associations and the professionals who support them. CAI's Adopt-A-Library program is a nationwide effort to enhance library resources through private donations from companies. AtHomeNet is celebrating ten years of providing affordable Community Association and Association Management company websites, and invested in this program as part of their anniversary celebration.

"I think these books are going to be a wonderful addition to our library, and especially helpful to all of our homeowners in the community," stated Forsyth County Library Director of Materials Linda Kelly.

"Without all of the dedicated homeowners, association members, volunteers, and board members who use our service and support AtHomeNet, we would not be celebrating ten years in the industry. CAI's Adopt-A-Library program presented us with an opportunity to show our appreciation to at least one small part of our nationwide family of clients," commented Susan Sanders, AtHomeNet's director of marketing.

The publications will soon be available for checkout at the Forsyth county library located at 585 Dahlonega Road in Cumming Georgia.