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Truro public library shuts down after 48 years, prepares to move

“Thousands of books have come and gone through the doors of the Regional Centennial Memorial Library building in Truro, N.S. since it opened in 1968. Today the last books will be lent out from the building on Prince Street before it is shut down for good and eventually demolished.Janet Pelley has spent much of her life at the library. She’s worked in the building for 39 and a half years. She’s now the library director. “The building that we’re closing today was only eight years old when I joined. I’m very fond of it, and its been my home away from home for three decades and more,” said Pelley.” (via CBC News)

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