The Mid-Mississippi Regional Library System became a regional multi-county public library system in 1957. It is a tax-supported, 501(c)(3) public library organization that serves the five county areas of Attala, Holmes, Leake, Montgomery, and Winston. The 13 public libraries within this five county library system provide services for over 94,000 customers.
Library Board of Trustees
The MMRLS administrative / governing library Board of Trustees are appointed by their local county boards. They are responsible for the governing of the 5 County public library system. System Trustees are the connection between their county and cities in relation to the operation of the Mid-Mississippi Regional Library System.
MMRLS System Trustees are:
County and City Boards of Trustees
These trustees are groups of local residents appointed by city or county officials that are responsible for advising the MMRLS System Board of Trustees. Trustees are the connection between the public library and its community. Trustees function as advocates and leaders for the quality of library services in their community.
Attala County Trustees
Holmes County Trustees
Leake County Trustees
Carthage Library Trustees
Walnut Grove Library Trustees
Montgomery County Trustees