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June 2, 2011

Slave Lake Library

Slave Lake Library Staff

As many people already know, when much of Slave Lake Alberta was destroyed by wildfire a couple of weeks ago, the town lost its library. The tragedy of this is underlined by the fact the library was less than two years old, and had been built after years of local fundraising efforts. And because we’re library enthuasiasts around here, and because we’ve been delivered much good fortune of late, we decided to pass some of that fortune along with a donation to the library and its reconstruction. I’d like to encourage the library-lovers amongst you to do the same, or perhaps make a bid in the Slave Lake Book Auction, which is a fantastic campaign run by Lavender Lines.

3 thoughts on “Slave Lake Library”

  1. judy pollard smith says:

    Kerry, this is a loving gesture to our fellow Canadians.

  2. Melissa Fetherstonhaugh says:

    Slave Lake was the first Alberta town that Ken and I lived in when we trekked west in 1997. I worked for the Slave Lake Municipal Library for a good portion of our stay in the community and know, first hand, how vital it is to this town. Thank you Kerry!

  3. Colleen says:

    Thank you so much Kerry, for helping to spread word of the Slave Lake book auction. 🙂

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