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Garfield County Libraries want to know what you think

Youth leaders engage younger members of the community during a visioning session at the New Castle Branch Library in 2016.
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What do you think of the library?
The Garfield County Library staff wants to know. As the organization prepares for its 80th year, it’s also working on a strategic plan. Your input is a valuable part of that. Answer six questions about the libraries and community at gcpld.org. The survey is available in English and Spanish, and closes Dec. 3.


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