Tina Chenoweth grew up in Yokohama, Japan, and moved to Goose Creek in 1987. She is a graduate of Goose Creek High School. She then attended Trident Technical College, and graduated from
the College of Charleston with degrees in Business Administration and English. Tina obtained her Masters in Library and Information Science from the University of South Carolina last year. Tina was previously the Children’s and Youth Services Librarian at Dorchester County Library in Summerville, and was there for 7 years. She is excited to join Team BCLS at the St. Stephen branch.
Tina is a fan of all things geeky – gaming (electronic and board), anime, sci-fi, and graphic novels are her favorite. She also enjoys cooking and watching terrible reality TV shows that have little to no social value.
The newly renovated and expanded St. Stephen Library will celebrate it’s one year anniversary in its new location next month. With more spacious areas for teens, children, and adult books and resources as well as community room, the St. Stephen Library continues to grow in circulation and program attendance. Tina is excited to continue this growth with amazing programs such as free family movies on Saturdays this fall, Kraft Kamp on Thursdays, and educational programs like a show with the Lowcountry Raptors this November. Tina has also been working with the community to bring new resources to the area such as the free Movie Under the Stars Event on Sept. 9th. In just a few weeks, Tina has already become a tremendous asset to the Berkeley County Library System as well as the St. Stephen Community.
Welcome aboard Tina!
Calling all teens in grades 6th – 12th. The Freeze Frame Berkeley Teen Photography Contest returns this year for the 2016 Summer Reading Program. Grab your cell phone, tablet, or digital camera for this fun summer-long contest and show us how you “Get in the Game.” Participants in the program are encouraged to attend one […]
The Berkeley County Library System (BCLS) is pleased to announce their newest addition to the leadership team, Charleston native Courtney Clark. Courtney joins the team as the branch manager of the Sangaree
Library, a branch well known for their inspired community projects such as the community garden and the Little Free Library(R) and their unique programs such as the after school teen hangout titled Badges and Bookbags.
News and Announcements
- Library Host STEM Programs for All AgesMay 17, 2018 - 1:25 pm
- Friends of the Library E-Newsletter: April 2018 “Flash Book Sale and More Movies”April 23, 2018 - 4:43 pm
- BCLS Recognizes April as Child Abuse Prevention MonthApril 23, 2018 - 3:45 pm
- On The Table with Berkeley County Library System and the Library Foundation of the LowcountryApril 23, 2018 - 1:24 pm
- Books Coming to a Movie Theater Near You in April – August 2018March 26, 2018 - 12:52 pm
- Rural Library Continues to Make Huge Impact on CommunityMarch 22, 2018 - 3:50 pm
- BCLS Adds New Items and ServicesMarch 16, 2018 - 3:54 pm
- BCLS Celebrates Earth Day with New Initiative to Remove Plastic Bags from LibraryMarch 13, 2018 - 1:28 pm