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Library leadership needs new blood

 With two seats on the Great Bend Public Library Board of Directors opening up, now is the time for people who care about ensuring one of the city’s most widely used assets receives the leadership that patrons deserve.


At the April meeting, Director Harry Willems noted that 11,196 people came through the doors of the library during March. That’s about 361 people per day. During spring and summer break, that count can reach as high as the upper 500s. That number reflects all ages, all walks of life, and includes visitors to Great Bend too. It could ...


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