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Community input valued on library project [UPDATED]

Published 7:08am Monday, August 13, 2012 Updated 12:09pm Monday, August 13, 2012

The staff of the Fergus Falls Public Library would like to extend a big thank you to the members of this community for their participation in our summer reading programs. We had a total of 1,032 people participate. Children recorded over 5,800 hours of reading time, and teens and adults read 2,280 books. Summer is the busiest time of year for the library and it has been really exciting to see so many people from the community participating. It’s clear that the Fergus Falls community values its library, and we want you to know that the library staff is proud to serve such a supportive community.
Erin Smith
and FFPL staff

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