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Friday, Jan. 11, 2013, 8:58 p.m.

The Carnegie Free Library is a prized historic possession in Connellsville.

For 110 years, the local library has been offering sources of information for those seeking additional knowledge.

To ensure its continuing mission to meet the educational, informational and recreational needs of the community, library leaders are asking residents to complete a simple but important survey.

Library officials are hoping the survey will provide answers to what residents want from the facility.

We urge residents to visit the library's home page at and take a few minutes to give their opinions.

Clearly, the Carnegie Free Library is striving to connect with the community.

Like all libraries, the Carnegie is positioned to help local citizens improve their command of literacy through services and programs.

Libraries are there for everyone — students, parents, employees, consumers — anyone. Over the years, they have moved far beyond just being book repositories.

Today, libraries are institutions serving public needs.

Help the local library reach its goals of providing services that the community wants and needs.

Let your voice be heard.

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