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Readers Say Thanks

The Rifle Branch Library would like to thank the Rifle Police Department, City Hall, and all the businesses that helped make this year’s Preschool Fall Costume Parade a success. Generous contributions of candy and friendly smiles came from Rifle Fireside Lanes, American National Bank of Rifle, Moose Lodge 1345, Miscellanea La Sierra, Texas Mesquite Barbecue, Brickyard Square, ForeRunner Corporation, Timberline Sporting Goods, L-Con, Tradesmen, Miller’s Dry Goods, Base Camp Cafe, The Citizen Telegram, Garfield County Clerk and Recorder, The Country Attic, Outlaw Medical Arts, Gold Star Realty, Alpine Bank of Rifle, Stuver, LeMoine & Clifton P.C., Rifle City Market, Jennifer Firmin, and the businesses of the Midland and Mercantile Buildings. This year’s parade was a wonderful event enjoyed by over 280 people. On behalf of the Rifle Branch Library and all the superheroes, princesses, and scarecrows … thank you!Emily HiselYouth Services LibrarianRifle Branch Library

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