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Library building fund receives grant

Library building fund receives grant
Pictured (L to R): Tony Owen, Secretary of the Cedar Springs Public Library Board; Perry Hopkins, City Council, Planning Commission, Chamber president; Sherry Foster, Planning Commission; Kurt Mabie, President of Community Building Development Team; Kathy Prokopy, library staff; Donna Clark, Library Director; Yolanda Lewis, Community Relations Consumers Energy; and Louise King, president of Friends of the Library.

Pictured (L to R): Tony Owen, Secretary of the Cedar Springs Public Library Board; Perry Hopkins, City Council, Planning Commission, Chamber president; Sherry Foster, Planning Commission; Kurt Mabie, President of Community Building Development Team; Kathy Prokopy, library staff; Donna Clark, Library Director; Yolanda Lewis, Community Relations Consumers Energy; and Louise King, president of Friends of the Library.

The Cedar Springs Public Library recently received a $6,000 grant from the Consumers Energy Foundation to use toward building a new library at the corner of Main and W. Maple Street. Once complete, the Library, with touches reminiscent of a train depot, will be one of several attractions in the eight-acre area known as the “heart of Cedar Springs.” They hope to break ground on the library next spring.

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