State Senator Gerald Malloy Receives FOSCL’s Outstanding Public Official Award
Written by Jimmie Epling   
FOSCL President John Bradley honored the accomplishments of South Carolina State Senator Gerald Malloy by 
Senator Malloy and his wife, Davitapresenting him with  FOSCL’s Outstanding Public Official Award at the annual meeting of the Friends of South Carolina Libraries on April 21 in Columbia. Senator Malloy, represents  Senate District 29 (Darlington, Lee, Chesterfield, and Marlboro counties). 
 
FOSCL’s Public Official Award seeks to recognize outstanding public officials who have promoted libraries through legislation, funding efforts, or who have shown support for libraries in some other purposeful manner.  Senator Malloy has a considerable track record in actively assisting public libraries. He has led the cause to channel much-needed state lottery funds to public libraries.  Recently , he was responsible for securing $250,000 in funds from the state budget as well as advocating  for $800,000 in local funding for the new Society Hill Library which was completed in July 2011 in Darlington County.     
 
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Last Updated ( Sunday, 24 March 2013 )