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      EXPANSION PROJECT HELPED EXPAND CHILDRENS AREA AT LIBRARY

              IT TOOK SIX YEARS AND OVER A HALF MILLION DOLLARS BUT THE AUBURN MEMORIAL LIBRARY HAS FINISHED THEIR EXPANSION PROJECT.

 

              DIRECTOR OF THE AUBURN MEMORIAL LIBRARY HEATHER KOENEKE SAYS THE 1300 SQUARE FOOT ADDITION WAS TO HELP WIDEN THE CHILDRENS AREA OF THE LIBRARY.

             

             "OUR CHILDRENS DEPARTMENT CONSISTED OF ONE ROW AND A COUPLE OF BOOKCASES THROWN IN." KOENEKE SAID "THE CHILDREN NEEDED AN AREA JUST FOR THEMSELVES. WE HAVE A LOT OF YOUNG FAMILIES DOWN HERE (IN AUBURN), A LOT OF KIDS, THEY REALLY NEEDED THEIR OWN AREA TO BE ABLE TO MESS AROUND IN AND FOR FAMILIES TO GET TOGETHER AT.

 

              THE AUBURN MEMORIAL LIBRARY HELD AN OPEN HOUSE FOR THE NEW EXPANSION PROJECT ON TUESDAY MORNING.

 

              THOSE INTERESTED IN SEEING THE NEXT EXPANSION CAN VISIT THE LIBRARY MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY STARTING AT 10 O CLOCK.