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Busy day at Alexandria Library

Pictured from left are Suzanne Williams, Mac Willougby, Jan Thomas, Betty Pankey, Kathy Henrixson, Amanda Bain, Tommy Webb, Sue Corley and Alexandria Mayor Bennett Armstrong at the Alexandria Library event Friday.

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The Alexandria Public Library had a busy day Friday, receiving a Community Improve-ment Award from the DeKalb County Chamber of Commerce and recognizing the donation of a large framed photograph of Daniel Alexander, founder of Alexandria.
Recognition was given to the library for their recent enhancements. On the inside of the building, damaged ceiling tiles were replaced and some of the walls were painted. On the exterior facade, the brick, drop box, and outdoor bench were all freshly painted.
A large framed photograph of Daniel Alexander was placed on permanent display at the Alexandria Public Library. It was recently donated ...

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