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Emily Leathers
Emily Leathers

I've already got a card for my local library, but happy to support this pledge!

Vicky Thomas
Vicky Thomas

I haven't been to a library in more than 10 years. I read online and have internet access at home.

Mudassir Rafiq
Mudassir Rafiq

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Wendye Kolles
Wendye Kolles

Already have a library card. God bless Librarians! xo xo

Joseph Waweru
Joseph Waweru

I want to start aprojectlike the same there may I have grace too.

Prabhjot Sarao Gill
Prabhjot Sarao Gill

I LIKE THIS.

Deborah Kemp
Deborah Kemp

I take my grandson to the library and will encourage him to get his own library card as soon as he is a first grader.

Bill Magaly
Bill Magaly

My family & I have active library cards. The library offers many inexpensive programs for all age groups.It gives us access to computers.knowledgeable librarians, and tutoring in many subjects.The Library also has community service opportunities as well as paid positions. It is VERY important to keep the library open for these reasons and many more.

Almarhum Spdi
Almarhum Spdi

Yet, public libraries must now don a brave face in the struggling economy; they remain heavily dependent upon a receding tax base for their primary funding source. But, the crucial role that libraries play in our communities means that we can’t allow them to fall prey to financial issues and jurisdictional debates. The more people with library cards out there, the more community advocates public libraries gain – people who’ll petition against attempts to cut back on library services through future budget cuts.

Surendra Puranik
Surendra Puranik

lets act on late S.R. Ranganathan's laws- every book its reader, every reader his/her book.

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