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Reese Martin was the first person to sign out a book at the recent grand opening of the Malakwa Regional Library at the Malakwa school. - Joan Thompson
Reese Martin was the first person to sign out a book at the recent grand opening of the Malakwa Regional Library at the Malakwa school.
— image credit: Joan Thompson

Reese Martin was the first person to sign out a book at the recent grand opening of the Malakwa Regional Library at the Malakwa school. The library will serve the communities of Malakwa, Cambie-Solsqua, Craigellachie and the Eagle Valley, with a one-time, $5 charge for adults and $2.50 for children under 11.  Book donations are being accepted.

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