Ready for the move: Ponoka FCSS awarded the Ponoka Jubilee Library with a special grant last week of $61,000 for the purchase of the new kids and teens sections set to be created once the new Learning Centre is built. The library has begun fundraising to help pay for the move and to create new spaces. Pictured in the photo (l-r) are FCSS chair Doug Gill, PJL chairperson Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye, PJL library manager Dan Galway and FCSS board member Ed Sito. Photo submitted

PHOTO: Ponoka FCSS grants $61,000 to Ponoka Jubilee Library

A special grant was awarded to the library for a new teens and kids section once the building moves

By Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

A special grant was awarded to the library for a new teens and kids section once the building moves

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