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Junior League’s Gift Increases Library Programs

Youth Literacy Gets Boost from $30,000 Contribution


Thanks to a generous $30,000 gift from the Junior League of Santa Barbara, the S.B. Central Library (40 E. Anapamu St.) is developing a number of new youth literacy and educational programs, including class tours, story times, and family art workshops. The additional funding will also help enhance the library’s summer reading program. For more info, visit sbplibrary.org.

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